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!
11-4pm 13th JulyThe Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People.I hope the weather would be nice for BBQ! Want to play a some games and have a lovely catch up with friend? You're welcome!!Only for 18 - 30 year old🍽🥤🍔🍕🍟read more
11am-4pm 15 June!Come and play the Games and Quiz!⚽️🏆🎰🎳🧩🎯At The Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People.read more
March for deaf children - sign up to the SEND Crisis protest marchEnough is enough. This is what families of children with special educational needs and disabilities are saying - and we agree.Politicians need to hear parents' concerns and act on them....read more
BSL Act news update:On 7 May DEX went to the meeting of the BSL Costings Group - which is now under the UK Council on Deafness, to link to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Deafness.See UKCoD's website: www.deafcouncil.org.ukread more
Look at this fantastic weekend on 12 October 2019 where you can stay one or two nights in the Huddersfield hotel in West Yorkshire countryside🥳, or stay locally - we have given you a list of choices.Or you can just go for the day. It is going to be a great...read more
This Saturday!! Come along and have a fun with pottery!Hopefully See you all there!! 😁It's for deaf young people aged 18 to 30 years old.read more
Some of DDYC hanging out last Saturday at their Live Well activity.read more
Down and Dromore Youth and Children (DDYC) in Ireland - has the same initials as our wonderful DEX Deaf Youth Council. We saw there were 1k followers and got excited about this, till we realised there is another DDYC! 😁read more
The DEX Deaf Youth Council (DDYC) workshop on 9 March was held in Leeds Deaf Society's centre and the topic was "How to book an Interpreter". It was explained how interpreters are funded because of the Equality Act 2010. Followed by designing new projects,...read more
A huge turn out for DEX Deaf Youth Council members, with some new, at their Live Well social and activities event on 23 February!NHS funded, the aim is for deaf young people to practice the 5 Ways to Wellbeing - and at least 4 took place on Saturday,...read more
Cathie Robins-Talbot shared a link on the DEX Facebook page where she thanked DEX for their support. She went on to say: "Today, The National Assembly will debate the Petitions Committee’s report on improving access to education and services in British...read more
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