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A Message from CEO

A very Happy new year to you all.


Now that we’re back to work it is good to look ahead and think about what this year may bring us. Of course hard work will be a feature of 2016 as it is every year.


There are obviously still challenges in the wider economic climate however there are [Read More]

Festive Office Hours

Festive Office Hours at Action Deafness

Action Deafness wishes to inform everyone that our Head office will be closed from midday Thursday 24 December 2015 until 9 am Monday 4 January 2016.


Our community PA support, Red Dot Connect and Communication Interpreting services will continue provision as agreed, apart from Bank Holiday dates of 25th, 28th December [Read More]

Impact in Numbers!

Action Deafness introduces Impact Report 2015 & Plans for 2016

As 2015 draws to a close, we at Action Deafness would like to share our Impact Report for 2015.

This is a very simple document which highlights the achievements of 2015 and details our plans for 2016.

Please go to our ‘About Us’ page, click ‘Impact Report’ and download [Read More]

New Website for AD Communications!

New AD Communications Website Launched!


Action Deafness, a Charitable company, whose origins dates back to 1897, has officially launched its new, revamped website and corporate identity today.

According to Craig Crowley MBE, Chief Executive “the new, revamped website is closely aligned with the Charitable company’s main website, incorporating its strategic vision for growth and expansion over the [Read More]

‘Same Spirit: Different Teams’ author Stuart Harrison meets with Prof. Jordan Eickman, author of Deaflympics’ ‘CISS 2001’ book!

One of Action Deafness Books’ authors, Stuart Harrison, who wrote the highly acclaimed book “Same Spirit Different Teams – The Politicisation of Deaflympics”, has recently attended the Deaf History International Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland with the theme “Deaf Sporting Heritage”; as one of its main speakers.

Stuart is pictured left with Jordan Eickman, Professor of Deaf Studies at [Read More]