Enough!

Enough!

Deaf people are fed up with being unfairly treated. Deaf-initely Women is proud to be working in partnership with local charities in response to deaf, deafblind, and hard of hearing people being treated unfairly in work or when accessing goods and services. Derbyshire...
Becky Daykin: ‘Luck & Boo’ – vegan restaurant

Becky Daykin: ‘Luck & Boo’ – vegan restaurant

Becky was from a small village called Jacksdale in Nottinghamshire but now lives in Alfreton Derbyshire. She left her job as an advocate in January 2020 to take over the running of a restaurant in Melton Mowbray with her partner. Their business is called Luck &...
Karen Adams, childminder business

Karen Adams, childminder business

Karen Adams, from Derbyshire, has owned a Childminder business since April 2007.  She is fully Deaf with BSL and her business is named K.A. Childminder. Karen loves looking after children, which she has done for over 20 years; always involved with helping with...
Get to know us at Deaf-initely Women

Get to know us at Deaf-initely Women

Janet Mellor, Skills and Training Co-Ordinator I joined Deaf-initely Women in July 2018. My previous work at Deaf & Hearing Support based in Chesterfield was advising people about the services and equipment available for deaf people.   I managed a volunteer team...
Home Security

Home Security

Gene Barlow is delighted to join Deaf-initely Women as a Home Security worker. Gene provides information and advice on how to make your homes safe and secure to live in. This service is FREE for all deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing women living in Derby and...