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28 Feb3 March 2018: World Hearing Day

On World Hearing Day 2018, WHO will draw attention towards the anticipated rise in the number of people with hearing loss across the world with the theme “Hear the future”.

The key messages for this event will highlight the:

  • expected rise in prevalence of hearing loss globally over the coming years (based on statistical projections);
  • efforts that are required to stem the rise through appropriate preventive action;
  • need to ensure that people with hearing loss have access to the required rehabilitation services and the communication tools and products they require.

Further details and to register your event can be found here.

15 NovEnhancing Deaf Access

– Telecommunication and Broadcasting Conference Update

 

Tomorrow we will be at our Annual Conference hosted by BT, where we will give an update on accessibility in Telecommunications and Broadcasting covering Telephone Relay service, Video on Demand and Live Broadcasting including developments in Subtitling and Clear Speech.

Jim Fitzpatrick MP, Chair of the APPG on deafness with set the scene and panel discussions will take place in each section allowing questions from the audience which will be chaired by Lilian Greenwood MP, Andrea Saks (ITU) and Patricia Hodgson (Chair, Ofcom)

#UKCoDconf17

 

19 SepEnjoy getting up to date at BT Tower….

Enhancing Deaf Access – Telecommunication and Broadcasting Conference Update

Thursday, 16th November at BT Tower

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An opportunity not to be missed!

Get up to date, hear about the latest upcoming developments Enhancing Deaf Access – Telecommunication and Broadcasting, enjoy networking and the included buffet lunch in the exclusive revolving restaurant at the top of the BT Tower whilst enjoying the view below….

REGISTER ONLINE or for further information or assistance with registration contact Clare Long at c.long@deafcouncil.org.uk.

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27 JulEnhancing Deaf Access

Enhancing Deaf Access – Telecommunication and Broadcasting Conference Update

Thursday, 16th November 2017, at BT Tower, London

09:30am until 5:00pm  (Registration 9:00am)

On the 16th November 2017 we are bringing together a selection of Telecommunication and Broadcasting leaders to join other experts in the field at the Enhancing Deaf Access Conference at BT Tower, London.

The conference will give an update on accessibility in Telecommunications and Broadcasting covering Telephone Relay service, Video on Demand and Live Broadcasting including developments in Subtitling and Clear Speech, with panel discussions taking place in each section allowing questions from the audience which will be chaired by Lilian Greenwood MP, Andrea Saks (ITU) and Patricia Hodgson (Chair, Ofcom)

Confirmed Keynote: Jim Fitzpatrick MP, Chair of the APPG on deafness

Other Conference Speakers already confirmed:

  • Craig Crowley, Chair UK Council on Deafness
  • Mark Hudson, Significan’t
  • Johanna Taylor, Action on Hearing Loss
  • Marianne Mathews, SKY
  • Cathy Taylor, Ofcom
  • Pablo Romero-Fresco, University of Roehampton
  • Agnieszka Szarkowska, UCL
  • Nigel Megitt, BBC R&D
  • Lauren Ward & Ben Shirley, University of Salford
  • Christopher Jones, Chair, Deaf Access to Communications

Places are limited and will be sold on a first come first serve basis.

REGISTER ONLINE or for further information or assistance with registration contact Clare Long at c.long@deafcouncil.org.uk.

PROGRAMME: Technology Conference programme 16 Nov 2017

Please feel free to share this invitation internally as places are limited and sold out at the last event, early booking is advised.

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03 JulUKCoD Conference Update

UKCoD will be holding its annual conference on 16 November at BT Tower, London.

The theme this year will be an update on accessibility in Telecommunications and Broadcasting. The three main sections of the conference will cover

  • Telephone Relay service;
  • Video on Demand; and
  • Live Broadcasting including developments in Subtitling and Clear Speech.

There will be panel discussions in each section to allow questions to be raised.

Opening Address: Jim Fitzpatrick MP, Chair of the APPG on deafness

Presenters already confirmed include BBC R&D, Ofcom, SKY, Action on Hearing Loss, Signficant and CapTel along with researchers from University of Salford, UCL and Roehampton University.

Draft programme will be available shortly.

Sponsorship packages available – please contact Clare Long at c.long@deafcouncil.org.uk for details.

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