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Office life for Deaf people

Charlie Swinbourne, The Guardian What’s it like to work in an office when you are Deaf? Publication date: 31 May 2012 Ranking: useful Explains many of the barriers faced by Deaf people when working in a variety of types of

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Posted in Disability, Employment

Life and times of a BSL interpreter at Glastonbury Festival

Here’s an edited account of one of Deafinite’s interpreters working with DeafZone at the 2017 festival.   Download the Glastonbury BSL story   For a copy in an alternative format or language please write to: Deafinite Interpreters 50 Topsham Road

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Posted in Accessible Information, Service Provision

Deafspace

Hansel Bauman (hbhm architects) in conjunction with ASL Deaf Studies Department, Gallaudet University. The DeafSpace Project (DSP) Publication date: 2005 Ranking: useful In their words: “Our built environment, largely constructed by and for hearing individuals, presents a variety of surprising challenges

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Posted in Design Standards (Buildings), Disability

Sensory access in Higher Education

Equality Challenge Unit. Research undertaken by LSN (www.lsnlearning.org.uk): Jean Hewitt, Chris Hewitson, Gill O’Toole and Naomi Haywood. Sensory access in Higher Education: Guidance report Publication date: 2009 Ranking: useful This guidance had been developed from research findings showing that students with visual

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Posted in Design Standards (Buildings)

Outdoor Events Accessibility

Independent Street Arts Network. Produced by Attitude is Everything. Access Toolkit: Making outdoor arts events accessible to all Publication date: 2009 Ranking: essential The toolkit highlights simple measures that organisers can undertake to improve access to any outdoor event .

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Posted in Arts, Auditing