Every deaf child’s wellbeing matters to us and to you!
DEX uses the English dictionary definition of the word “deaf” to mean “wholly or partially without hearing” to apply to all children who have hearing loss.
DEXperience welcomes everybody, whatever education experience you have. We have adopted ‘DEXperience’ to show that we are inclusive of all.
We are a deaf-led organisation that was set up to support deaf people who are being educated in mainstream education, or who attended mainstream schools. Deaf people who attended Deaf schools want to support this campaign too.
MAINSTREAM SCHOOLS ACCESS CHECKLIST – check your deaf child is attending the right school for wellbeing and safeguarding.
Aliko Lu is one of the DDYC members and a Deaf vlogger. Here's what she has to say about her YouTube channel: "I'm vlogging about my real life and attend to events. I'm profoundly deaf and use British Sign Language to communicate. I'm also a makeup...read more
A profoundly deaf six year-old girl from Swindon is heading for Hollywood after a film she starred in, designed to promote awareness around hearing impairment, was shortlisted for the Oscars. “When we tell Maisie about the message of the film, she simply...read more
Mary Hare Deaf school is the last bastion, hanging on grimly, of an era of cruelty to deaf children, as the vast majority of remaining deaf schools now use BSL-medium education. Whilst deaf peers and learning social skills are an important aspect of...read more
Jon Trickett MP holds his surgery at the very smart Moorthorpe station which has its own cafe. The door of his surgery gives a warm welcome to all his constituents. All the deaf young people were proud to stand by the door!read more
The Chair of DEX (Jill Jones), was elected and is representing DEX and the DEX Deaf Youth Council (DDYC) at the UK Council on Deafness (UKCoD), as a Director on the Board. She has been a UKCoD trustee before. UKCoD is the Secretariat to the All Party...read more
Thanks again to the Heritage Lottery Fund which has agreed to extend our My Deaf Story project till next April. This means the DEX Deaf Youth Council can get involved in more Deaf cultural activities and more fun to...read more
Our last My Deaf Story project workshop 😥 was held yesterday with the DEX Deaf Youth Council (DDYC) - feedback on what was good, what was funny and what could have been better. We are really pleased to report that the whole group enjoyed the project, 😃 and...read more
Learn how lack of early language input impacts a deaf or hard of hearing child.read more
The hard work finalising the My Deaf Story Heritage project report to the Heritage Lottery Fund is almost done! The DEXperience Board is really proud of the DEX Deaf Youth Council and the members' commitment and enthusiasm as they are a fantastic...read more
The drama 'My Deaf Story' written and performed by the DEX Deaf Youth Council - a great success Remember, remember the 19th November 2016! What an amazing performance from the DEX Deaf Youth Council and everyone who is involved in the play, from actors...read more
Some of our recommendations for action which we submitted as a Shadow Report and then its updated report have been included in the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities' report on the UK - Concluding observations on the initial report of...read more
REVIEW: September 2017 BATOD Magazine (British Association of Teachers of the Deaf) ' These are some of the ensuing comments: "This is lovely. It will be brilliant." "It will make the loveliest signing course." "Look at the useful contacts with the #...read more