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.
Here’s the BSL welcome to the DEX website!
The DEX Deaf Youth Council (DDYC) met this month to sign about Wellbeing and the Live Well project.There was good attendance, welcoming new members and people who had not been for a long time!Peter Shaw, Deaf consultant, explained the 5 Ways to...read more
This is our FIRST POST ABOUT DEX's 25th ANNIVERSARY MEAL AND WEEKEND IN OCTOBER 2019! It'll be in the beautiful surroundings of the Last of the Summer Wine countryside in West Yorkshire. If you are interested in staying in the hotel please do book now to...read more
The Calderdale Deaf Association/ DEXperience project is taking off! Cathy Nassimi-Green and Mickey Fellowes are starting to outreach to find deaf and hard of hearing young people in the Calderdale area, and to work with the Calderdale Deaf Youth Hub. If...read more
An exciting workshop on October 20th! DEX Deaf Youth Council has obtained an £8,000 funding from Live Well to do a project for Deaf young people. The aims are to motivate, guide and prompt Deaf young people to 'live well' - be happy, be healthy and be...read more
The DEX Deaf Youth Council (DDYC) has finished the ASDAN Citizenship course which was delivered entirely in BSL, as were the assessments. The course developed skills including learning, teamwork and problem solving. There have been monthly workshops and...read more
The DEX Deaf Youth Council's Citizenship course has ended now, and we just have a few more assessments to do for those who wanted to try for the ASDAN qualification. So far four have passed and we are really proud of their hard work. The course and...read more
Yesterday was the first meeting for the DEX Deaf Youth Council to start their new Live Well project. The DDYC members started to plan the programme for next year and decided which activities on their "wish list" they wanted to do. We will post information...read more
We have a new DDYC project starting in September to develop the DEX Deaf Youth Council! If you are aged 17 years - 30 years and interested please contact...read more
As part of the ASDAN Citizenship course, eleven DDYC members went over to Flamborough to visit the Living Seas Centre and to take part in a beach clean up. We are working on Module 2 Community and Volunteering....read more
Some of the DEX Deaf Youth Council went to meet John McDonnell, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, last week. The meeting was held by Jon Trickett MP (he is on the left of the photo). Jon and John McDonnell have promised to introduce a government Bill for...read more
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has made a video for schools about how to deal with bullying. We suggest you use this in schools where deaf children are being bullied. However, where BSL is the first language there needs to be a specialist...read more
The Skype linkup with Helga Stevens, Deaf Member of the European Parliament, at Brussels went very well last Friday 15th June at Sheffield Hallam University. This initiative was part of the Deaf young people involvement in the ASDAN course on Citienship....read more