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2004

Politician Keith Vaz MP appointed as AD Patron.

2005

Leicestershire County Council terminated service level agreement thus ending its long association of social work provision to the Centre for Deaf People.

2006

The charity re-branded and re-launched as Action Deafness.

2007

Spotlight on Deafness Research document published with support from Leicestershire County Council Adult & Social Care Service.

2008

Action Deafness, a company limited by guarantee, established for trading services across the UK.

Deaf Parenting Programme established with two-year funding from The Parenting
Fund.

2009

AD Books launched.

AD Cultural launched with the new three-year Lottery project, Hear Now.

Governing document restructured with AD’s status as service provider assured thus ending ties with the Leicester Diocesan Board of Finance.

Archbishop of Leicester steps down as Honourable President of Leicester & County
Mission.

2010

135 Welford Road, Leicester sold. Action Deafness offices moved to the Peepul Centre.

Leicester Deaf Users Groups relocated to The Firs Social Club, Leicester and continues to be financially supported by Action Deafness.

Communication and Interpreting Service rebranded as AD Communications.

Action Deafness acquired a grant from the DWP for the successful delivery of 61 temporary staff via [Read More]

2011

Obtained quality standards ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 accreditation.

AD Tech and AD Employment launched at an evening reception at the House of Commons, London.

AD Communications successfully acquired a framework contract with Walsall Council for BSL interpreting provision.

Politician Andrew Bridgen MP appointed as AD Patron.

2012

Action Deafness produced its ‘AD 2015 Strategy’.

AD Communications launched its new service, Red Dot Connect Video Online Interpreting.

AD Communications successfully acquired a framework contract in Sussex for BSL interpreting provision for over 20 agencies.

AD Books successfully launched its two published books.

17 Forest Road, Loughborough sold.

Loughborough Hard of Hearing User Groups relocated to Baxter Gate Baptist [Read More]

2013

AD produced its Deafness Strategy document for local and health authorities in the East Midlands.

AD Cultural ‘Hear Now Forward’ project retained Big Lottery funding for an unprecedented second time.

AD Communications successfully acquired Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning & University Hospitals of Brighton contract.

AD Community successfully acquired service users from East Midlands region