Deaf people are twice as likely to experience mental health problems. Offers a psychological therapy service delivered in British Sign Language.
A hearing dog can alert you to sounds, accompany you to public places and become a constant companion.
See instant captions anywhere. Whether you’re ordering a coffee or meeting someone new Live Transcribe helps you communicate in the moment.
A team of deaf mental health counsellors and psychotherapists from different backgrounds. Their aim is to help people receive counselling in the preferred communication style of choice.
Supporting veterans and improving their quality of life, by providing those who suffered a level of hearing loss whilst serving the best treatment and care they could wish for.
Next Generation Text (NGT) helps deaf speech-impaired and hearing people talk to each other over the phone using text relay. Can be used on mobile, textphone and other devices.
Our team have personal experience of hearing loss and help you adjust to the practical and emotional challenges that hearing loss can bring by providing guidance and support.
British Sign Language information videos helping BSL users and Deaf people gain knowledge across a variety of topics e.g. health and wellbeing, hate crime, and benefits / PIP.
Promotes and teaches British Sign Language (BSL). Creates qualifications that provide BSL learners with the skills they need to build successful careers.
The needs of deaf and hard of hearing people are diverse. This group debates and addresses access to communication and other issues.
Providers of services for deaf people including books, interpreters, translators and assistive technology.
Online tools, courses, and resources for people using British Sign Language.
Offers one-to-one information and advice on deaf services nationwide.
Improving the health and wellbeing of deaf people. Contactable via BSL (in app).
British Sign Language courses provided online.
Stagetext provides captioning and live subtitling services to theatres and other arts venues to make their activities accessible to people who are deaf or hard of hearing.