Ian Noon: A tribute to my mother and other mums of deaf children

By Editor Sadly, my Mum passed away last March. For the past year, I’ve been thinking a lot about her life and […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Read: ‘Dawn Butler stood up for deaf people. But we need more than gestures’

By Editor The Guardian has published a letter from the CEO of the National Deaf Children’s Society, Susan Daniels, about the work […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Go See: BSL and captioned performances at Brighton Dome this Spring

By Editor This is a sponsored post from Brighton Dome. Brighton Dome: BSL and Captioned performances this Spring The Grade I listed […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Deaf News: Two women given suspended sentences for Access to Work fraud

By Editor According to Court News UK, two women have been given suspended sentences for their roles in claiming Access to Work […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Deaf News: Royal Shakespeare Company provides semi-integrated BSL performances

By Editor The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is extending its offer of semi-integrated British Sign Language performances (BSL) for its latest season. […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Go See: Captioned performance of Wild Card – Dan Daw at Sadler’s Wells in London

By Editor This is a sponsored post from Sadler’s Wells. Wild Card – Dan Daw Lilian Baylis Studio Stagetext captioned performance: Fri […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Rebecca-Anne Withey: Why not be mindful this spring?

By Editor Spring is literally just round the corner and it’s probably the best time of the year to start or review […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Vikki O’Brien: Why I set up The Deaf Women & Yoga project

By Editor The Deaf Women & Yoga project originated out of a combination of my enthusiasm for the benefits of practicing yoga, […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

58 million Americans are exposed to loud, frequent noises, including firearms, at work and home

Loud noise exposure is a common environmental hazard in the United States that can lead to hearing loss and other conditions such as sleep disturbance, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. …read more Via:: Medical News Today       

Deaf News: Researchers say artificial intelligence can lipread BBC News better than humans

By Editor BBC News has reported that researchers have invented an artificial intelligence system that can now lipread BBC News programmes better […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken