Today’s guest blog comes from our Engagement Officer, Andrew Barnes, who has reviewed some loop systems that are available now for people with hearing loss to use: Action on hearing loss: Name: DAC Megaloop £129.49 (VAT inc) £107.91 (excluding VAT) Middle range price bracket I have worked with this one and according to the action … Read more
Our fourth film is all about Technology. Members in this film talk about how they use technology and how it can be adapted to become more accessible.
Ice skating at Christmas is great fun for all the family and this year we’d like to share our favourite pop up ice rink. Found in the centre of Brighton, this ice rink is set in front of the famous Royal Pavilion and is one of the few Christmas ice rink to offer regular dedicated … Read more
Our third Deafblind UK film is all about Good Practice. In this film our members will be talking about how to support those with deafblindness.
We encourage that for any performances you contact the venue beforehand to ensure that the production suits your needs or requirements. Looking for some Christmas entertainment? See our collection of accessible family Christmas productions on this winter. Peter Pan Richmond Theatre “Join our high-flying hero, Peter Pan, as he transports the Darlings on an adventure … Read more
This is the second in our series of films where we tell you more about Deafblind UK and the work we do. In this film many of our members talk about their experiences of deafblindness.
Deafblind UK will be hosting a series of free and exciting activities for anyone with a combined sight and hearing loss, in Peterborough between 6th November and 14th December at the Karten Centre, Rainbow Court, Paston Ridings, Peterborough, PE4 7UP. Join us for free trial sessions in: ▪ Meditation for beginners ▪ Art Therapy (3 week course) … Read more
This is the first of our series of films where we tell you more about Deafblind UK, the work we do, and some of the people we support. In this film, some of our members talk about living with deafblindness.
Created by Heather Lawson and Michelle Stevens, this immersive event shares the humour, grief, beauty and profound isolation of their lives as deafblind artists. After an introductory film, you’ll be provided with individual headphones and goggles, then guided into an unseen promenade installation. With light and sound distorted and restricted, it is touch that becomes … Read more
(© Deafblind UK) This timeline explores major historical events which have affected the lives of deaf, blind and deafblind people. It runs from the 4th Century AD to the present day and to our knowledge, is the world’s only resource of its kind. 4th century: The first known tactile alphabet for blind people was … Read more