Thumbs up at over ninety!

Thumbs up at over ninety: photo of Signal's Outreach Worker Jo and Betty outside a stately home

As the UK marks the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, we turn to a woman who was born just a few months after Armistice Day. Betty has not only lived through the […]

Going back home

Photo of Mwawi reunited with mother and going back home

This is the story of Mwawi from the Rumphi District of Northern Malawi. When Mwawi was just three years old, she suffered a sickness which lasted for six months. Despairing that she might not […]

Three cheers for volunteers!

Learn British Sign Language

We would like to celebrate the volunteers who offer their time, skills and enthusiasm to help Signal to build deaf friendly communities. A massive thank you to all of our volunteers – […]

Finding a friendly ear

Finding a friendly ear: composite photo of Cecile playing cello & student at Vocational Training Centre for Deaf Learners

Cecile is an active grandmother in her seventies and enjoys playing the cello. Imagine, then, her frustration, as she noticed her hearing gradually deteriorating over the past few years. Cecile, who lives alone but […]

The Hub celebrates a year of helping people

Photo of The Hub manager and volunteers with a birthday cake

Signal: The Hub in Shropshire has celebrated its first year of helping people overcome the isolating effects of deafness, hearing loss or tinnitus. The Hub manager Paul and his team of volunteers have […]

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