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Royal Association for Deaf people announces retirement of its Chair

Royal Association for Deaf people announces retirement of its Chair

Royal Association for Deaf people announces retirement of its Chair It is with great sadness that the Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) announces that its Chair, Toby Burton, will retire at the organisation’s AGM in July 2019. A passionate, inspirational and...

Reminder – new contact details for Royal Association for Deaf people

  Our voice phone, fax and text phone numbers have changed. Our new numbers for our Head Office are: Telephone: 0300 688 2525 Fax: 0300 688 2526 Text Phone: 0300 688 2527 Further details on how to contact our Head Office including via email, Skype and SMS are...

The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) is proud to be one of the causes to be supported by the new Essex Lottery

Essex County Council has established a weekly lottery to help raise funds for community projects throughout the county. Tickets for the weekly lottery cost just £1. From each ticket sold, 50p goes straight to the players chosen charity and 10p will be donated to a...

Did you know that there is a website dedicated to making information and advice about tax more accessible to Deaf people?

The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have been working together since 2015 to provide advice on working tax credits, child tax credits, PAYE and Self-Assessment in British Sign Language (BSL). The www.royaldeaftax.org.uk...

Level 2 British Sign Language Course

Royal Association for Deaf people is running a level 2 British Sign Language (BSL) course at its Head Office in Colchester, starting on 21st September 2017. The learner will gain a national recognised qualification Level 2 Certificate in BSL. To qualify for the...

Royal Association for Deaf people nominated for Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year

The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has been nominated for Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year. Being Deaf can be extremely isolating; everyday tasks can be a challenge for Deaf people. RAD provides a wide variety of services for Deaf people in their first...