Around one in five people living in the UK has a disability, with 80% of them having an ‘invisible disability’. Here are some of the things your organisation can do to create a better, more inclusive and accessible work environment.
The term ‘Deaf Gain’ is becoming more commonplace in society, but many people still don’t understand what it means. Here, we explain what it is and how your business can benefit.
In today’s increasingly technology-driven and digital economy, there’s no excuse for creating brand and marketing materials that aren’t accessible to a Deaf audience. Here are our top tips for creating inclusive marketing.
When it comes to making your business, products and services more accessible to Deaf customers, where do you start? We share our top tips.
The Access to Work scheme provides funding towards the costs employers incur when making reasonable adjustments, which can help remove the barriers for Deaf and Hard of Hearing employees. Here, we take a look at how the scheme works and how organisations can benefit.
Creating an inclusive workplace isn’t just the right thing to do, it also makes good business sense. We take a closer look at the issues and how Deaf awareness training can help you create a more inclusive workplace.