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Royal Association for Deaf people celebrate 175 years of Deaf history with Evensong at St. Paul’s Cathedral

The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) hosted an Evensong at St. Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday 7th June to conclude its 175th-anniversary celebrations. RAD was established in 1841 by a London bookbinder who wanted to help his 5 Deaf children to gain employment....

Royal Association for Deaf people’s response to the London Assembly report ‘Mental Health – disabled and Deaf people’

On Wednesday 11th April, the London Assembly’s Health Committee published the report: Mental Health – Disabled and Deaf people. Our Chief Executive, Dr. Jan Sheldon, was invited to appear on London Live to discuss the topic: Is  London’s deaf...

Royal Association for Deaf people celebrates £2,500 gift from The Patron’s Fund

The Royal Association for Deaf people is celebrating after receiving a £2,500 gift from The Patron’s Fund, the charitable fund set up to acknowledge the work of the charitable organisations for which Her Majesty, The Queen acts as a Patron, on the occasion of her 90th...

Royal Association for Deaf people launches a new 5 year Strategic Plan based on feedback from Deaf people

Together with Deaf people; creating a better, more accessible future During 2016, Royal Association for Deaf people worked in partnership with Manchester University to develop an evidence-based understanding of the needs of Deaf people in the short, medium and longer...

Carol Service for Deaf and DeafBlind People

Schools across Essex are busy rehearsing for the annual carol service for Deaf and DeafBlind people to be held at Chelmsford Cathedral on Friday 9th December. The congregation will enjoy signed carols by pupils from local schools including Sweyne Park and Market...