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Survey: Experiences sought from students with hearing loss

Glasgow Caledonian University student, Laura Aitken is conducting research for her (BSc Hons) Applied Psychology degree. The aim of her research is to investigate perceived attitudes that deaf students face from hearing students, and how these perceived attitudes influence social exclusion, self-esteem and mental wellbeing of the deaf students. Participants must reside in the UK […]

Taxis users’ views sought in Northern Ireland

Taxis users' views sought in Northern IrelandViews of disabled people and older people are being sought on their experiences of using taxis in Northern Ireland. The survey has been developed by the Department for Infrastructure and NISRA with support from Imtac. Its findings will be used to inform future changes to the way taxis are regulated throughout the country. Imtac is […]

Survey on leisure use for people with hearing loss

GymUK Deaf Sport is working in partnership with British Blind Sport to better understand people with hearing and visual impairments experiences’ of using leisure centres. The aim of this research is to help develop accessibility recommendations for leisure operators nationwide. They have created a survey for people to share their views.  Go to: https://britishblindsport.wufoo.eu/forms/2018-survey-sensory-alliance-gll-pilot-programme/ to take part. If you […]

Events and entertainment survey

survey clipboardSheffield Hallam University student Emily Webster is looking for people with hearing loss to complete her survey on accessibility for events and entertainment venues. The survey is part of her dissertation on whether adjustments in place for deaf and hard of hearing people are adequate. She has chosen this subject due to her poor experiences […]

Give your views on new protocols for meetings and events

Volunteers_ProtocolsForMeetingsNew protocols have been written up with the aim of making meetings and events more accessible and inclusive to people with hearing loss. These have evolved from survey work that identified that people with hearing loss are experiencing widespread and significant difficulties in hearing and following things, and that this is often not connected with […]

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