Deaf News: New organisation set up to offer lipspeaking supported by sign language

By Editor A new association was presented to the NRCPD board last month – The Association of Lipspeakers with Additional Sign (ALAS). […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Deaf News: New organisation set up to offer lipspeaking supported by sign language

By Editor A new association was presented to the NRCPD board last month – The Association of Lipspeakers with Additional Sign (ALAS). […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Rebecca-Anne Withey: The first National Sign Choir Competition – a reflection

By Editor Last month the first national signing choir competition took place in Nottingham. Organised by Simon Astill of Harmoneyes, there were […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Lisa Kelly: Why I’m co-editing an issue of Magma that focuses on deafness through poetry

By Editor The deadline for contributions of poetry is 30 April. To find out more, please visit http://magmapoetry.com/contributions/ I am deaf in […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Teresa Garratty: Why I loved seeing Deaf-friendly play Finders Keepers at London’s Park Theatre

By Editor Last week I actually managed to leave the house and brave the general population, including * shudder * public transport, […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Opportunity: Playwriting workshops at Soho Theatre with live speech-to-text translation

By Editor This is a sponsored post from Soho Theatre. In the run-up to submissions opening for this year’s Verity Bargate Award, […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Watch: Viral video showing Deaf grandmother teaching sign language to her 9 week old grandchild

By Editor A video showing a Deaf grandmother teaching signing to her 9 week old Deaf grandchild has gone viral, clocking up […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Western University researchers identify mechanism that regulates acoustic habituation

Most people will startle when they hear an unexpected loud sound. The second time they hear the noise, they’ll startle significantly less; by the third time, they’ll barely startle at all. …read more Via:: Medical News Today       

Lianne Herbert: Please tell us #WhatDisabledWritersHear on Twitter

By Editor Following a recent trend on Twitter started by Chocolat author Joanne Harris, many people have tweeted #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear. These are often […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Hannah Fountain: Attending large events as a deaf person

By Editor So last week I travelled up to Birmingham for the photography show, it’s a huge trade show where you can […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken