2020 brought new challenges for all of us, but it also gave us a lot of time to think about what is most important. In 2021 we want to improve our digital platforms and create new opportunities for us to connect with our audience.
We continue our focus on our founding members, this time looking at deafscotland. Known for being the lead organisation for deaf issues in Scotland, deafscotland (Formerly Scottish Council on Deafness) is made up of members from across the country. Much of their work involves organising events, conferences and National Council meetings. deafscotland state that their vision …
The Heather Jackson Award is presented jointly by the National Association of Deafened People (NADP), Signature, and Hearing Link. The award is made annually to a deafened person who has made a significant contribution to the improvement of the welfare and opportunities of deafened people, as well as enhanced positive relationships between deafened and hearing people.
We continue our focus on our founding members, this time looking at BATOD (British Association of Teachers of the Deaf).
Formed in 1976, BATOD is the sole association in the UK which represent teachers of deaf children and young people.
You may remember from late last year that we are planning to celebrate our upcoming 40th Anniversary over the next few months. We will be releasing monthly blogs to celebrate the organisations who helped found CACDP, and look at the complicated process of becoming an independent charity.