Action Deafness are looking for an experienced Service Manager to develop, manage and deliver to ensure the smooth running of key areas within Deaf Direct.
We are very proud and excited to announce the launch of our brand-spanking new website, complete with great new videos, rebranded logo and a fabulous new design.
The new and revamped website allows us to showcase even bigger and better images of our work, including outstanding examples of our business solutions provision.
The site features a more [Read More]
Proud to announce that Action Deafness’s Knowledge duly achieved 100% pass rates in BSL Level One!
Action Deafness is delighted that its BSL Level 1 students have all successfully passed their exams from Signature achieving a 100% pass rate!
Action Deafness Knowledge’s Hanisha Oza-Sandhu (pictured) commented: “BSL Level 1 learners worked so hard to improve their sign [Read More]
Leicester-based business solutions provider organisation, Action Deafness, is proud to announce Josette Simon OBE as its new patron.
Josette joins our two other patrons, politicians Keith Vaz MP and Andrew Bridgen MP.
Josette is a Leicester-born, acclaimed Shakespearian with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre. She has won all the major Best Actress theatre [Read More]
Name: Sally Gallimore -Petch
Job Title: Service Co-ordinator, Action Deafness Knowledge
How long have you been at Action Deafness? Barely a month!
Talk us through a typical work day for you? Promoting BSL and Deaf Awareness courses and administering them
What do you think is great about Action Deafness? The friendly and helpful staff, I liked it [Read More]
About the opportunity
We have a number of different departments within Action Deafness, and you may be expected to produce promotional posters/advertising material, across departments, catering to different audiences.
It will be a flexible, on-going commitment, on an as-and-when-required basis. You will be given a brief for each piece requested, and information on the project/service where needed, [Read More]
About the opportunity
Every fortnight, Action Deafness Cultural hosts a Coffee Morning at The St Matthew’s Centre aimed at D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people from predominantly BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities.
People of all ages, nationalities and degrees of deafness meet up to chat with people in a similar situation.
All are welcome to attend.
Sometimes, [Read More]
In 1886 a group of vicars (the Leicester Church Workers Union) came together to do something about the ‘deaf and dumb’. The result was the Leicester & County Mission for the Deaf, founded in June 1897. The first paid missionary, Mr A Cuttell (from the Carlisle Deaf Association), was appointed. He remained in this post [Read More]
Premises acquired in Causeway Lane, Leicester.
Leslie Edwards OBE appointed as Chaplain of Leicester & Loughborough. He remained as Chaplain for 36 years; he was also well-known as the General Secretary of the British Deaf (& Dumb) Association.