‘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]

Want to learn sign language in Nottingham?

Action Deafness is working partnership with the Ellis Guilford School and Sports College to provide sign language courses starting in September at our great new venue.

Jaz Mann, Head of Services at Action Deafness, said, “I’m impressed with the ethics of the school, and their motivation to offer British Sign Language courses at Levels 1, 2 [Read More]

Our volunteers awarded for their hard work and efforts!

Belgrave Network & Waterfront Sports & Education Academy present The Second Busy Bee Belgrave Volunteer Awards At Belgrave Hall On Friday 5th June!. The event was produced by the Belgrave Network, a ‘group of local residents who share ideas and skills to create projects that benefit local people in Belgrave’, and Waterfront Sports and Education [Read More]

New tinnitus support group in Leicester!

Following an information day held by The British Tinnitus Association in Leicester earlier this year, there will be a new Leicester support group, backed by the British Tinnitus Association.
Run by two very enthusiastic volunteers, Babs Marson and Munira Sulemanji, the group will have its first meeting at 2.30pm on Saturday 15th August 2015 at Belgrave Neighbourhood [Read More]

Two organisations form a new partnership to deliver exciting BSL Level 3 in Derby!

Ian Carpenter’s company ‘Language in Hands’ has partnered with Action Deafness Knowledge to deliver British Sign Language Level 3 courses in Derby in September.

Working together, we are able to provide students with 2 options for the course, learning on either Monday nights or Thursday nights.

Jaz Mann from Action Deafness says, “I’m delighted to be able [Read More]

BSL Level 1, 2 and 3 with Action Deafness!

Knowledge is now starting to recruit students for September for our BSL Levels 1, 2 and 3!

Places fill up very quickly so book your place early to avoid disappointment!

Also, please have a look at the attached flyer to see what we can offer you! Our prices are down on last year, the price is fixed [Read More]

Wave Hello To Our Brand New Website!

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]

Sign Language Class Success at AD

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]

Sally Gallimore-Petch, Service Coordinator

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]

Action Deafness CEO Invited to Historic Event at Richard III’s Interment in Leicester!

Craig Crowley, Chief Executive of Action Deafness, was among several invitees from across the city of Leicester and the county of Leicestershire who gathered together in Leicester Cathedral on 27th March 2015 to mark the end of King Richard III’s journey and to see his sealed tomb revealed to the public for the first time.

Craig admitted that [Read More]