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Mindfulness: Four videos are available to watch

Mindfulness: Four videos are available to watch

Mindfulness: Four videos are available to watch. Please head over to our video blog page. There are four topics in the mindfulness videos: www.deafinitelywomen.org.uk/video-vlog What is mindfulness Where do negative thoughts come from Managing negative thoughts Be...

DEaf Abuse-Free – Information are out now

DEaf Abuse-Free – Information are out now

Are you being bullied, harassed or abused by a partner, relative, a friend or your neighbour? We may be able to help you 1-2-1 support service Our support worker will meet with you to discuss the problems you are having and she will help you to access support and...

Deaf-initely Women’s Special note: Yoga saved Kavita

Deaf-initely Women’s Special note: Yoga saved Kavita

⭐Deaf-initely Women's special note⭐: Yoga saved Kavita. It bought her to a state of calm and helped her regain her true sense of self. It helped her to remember to simply breathe and be. The physical asana and meditation helped Kavita overcome her anxiety and inspired...

How to use the Zoom with PowerPoint

How to use the Zoom with PowerPoint

https://youtu.be/v2JV1jZjsmU Transcript of video Hello! Today I am going to show you how to use PowerPoint and Zoom side by side. When you join a Zoom meeting, the PowerPoint (or screen share) will always be large on your screen. Your video and other people's videos...

#WhereIsTheInterpreter campaign

https://www.facebook.com/stephen.robinson22/videos/10219226104742827 Please Support to #WhereIsTheInterpreter And Support us for more Letters to 10 Downing Street on this Friday Deadline on Wednesday 14th October 2020 by 4 pm Please TEXT 07957627714 with on your Name...

September Newsletter is here

September Newsletter is here

Please click on this link to get the full newsletter. https://www.deafinitelywomen.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/DW_Newsletter_Sept20-v1.pdf  

Zoom – UPDATE

Zoom – UPDATE

**NEW – Zoom is rolling out a new update Version: 5.2.3, which includes multi-pins and spotlight. This way, we can spotlight on presenter/work and one or two BSL interpreters. Please update your Zoom now for a better quality workshop!**

‘What is drawing?’ by Sam Saxton

‘What is drawing?’ by Sam Saxton

A sneaky look at the recent workshop on ‘What is drawing?’ Sam set up many different challenges on what is drawing with using coffee as an ink! It was great fun! #deafinitelywomen #deaf #BSL #hearingloss #arts Look at this fabulous piece of work done by a couple of...

Derbyshire County Council Test and Trace

Derbyshire County Council Test and Trace

BSL, subtitle and audio by Derbyshire County Council Test and trace Test and Trace is the national NHS programme set up to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. https://bit.ly/2ROaROT

Molly in her running gear!

Molly in her running gear!

🏃‍♀️Molly and her Communication Guide in a fantastic colourful outfit, went out running after work! Well done for keeping fit! The ideal time to get fit again with Zoomacise! #fitness #deafinitelywomen #deafwomen #deaf #BSL #hardofhearing #hearingloss

‘A new journey to  the Deaf world’ by Steph Bennett

‘A new journey to the Deaf world’ by Steph Bennett

A new journey to the Deaf world I lost my hearing mid-way through my University degree. At 19; it was terrifying but also I was clue-less. I ignorantly had no idea it was possible to lose your hearing overnight. I just thought I had a really bad head cold and didn’t...

Community Fund Lottery:  We are doing really well!

Community Fund Lottery: We are doing really well!

Molly O’Brien has recently evaluated the Deaf Women Matters project. It found that we have exceeded our agreed targets set by the National Lottery Community Fund.  For example: • 466 deaf women have registered onto our courses • We have delivered 27 workshops and...

A new member has joined the Deaf-initely Women team

A new member has joined the Deaf-initely Women team

Deborah Lush has joined our team as the Deaf Abuse Free Personal Navigational Support worker Deborah has some years of experience working and volunteering at Derbyshire Police Headquarters. She will be a valuable asset to all Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing women...

Deaf Blind Grannie Blog

Deaf Blind Grannie Blog

I have recently become a Grannie, (Nanna Chris), for the first time. I was so so excited when Charlie was born, during the early days of Lockdown. His arrival brought lots of much needed😁🥰. I am really enjoying watching him develop and interact. You may notice in the...

NEW: DEaf Abuse Free Project

NEW: DEaf Abuse Free Project

As a result of our recent research project, Deaf Abuse Free project has been created to educate deaf women on how to protect themselves in relationships as well as providing one-to-one support when accessing information or specialist abuse services. The project is...

Basic Creative Writing: Blogging Workshops

Basic Creative Writing: Blogging Workshops

Sahera Khan is a Muslim, Deaf & BSL Writer/Creator, Artist/Actress, Filmmaker & YouTuber. She delivered two workshops for deaf women who were enjoying how to write/video/blog in different blogging styles. She made it easy for us to understand. One participant...

Updating your email for Deaf-initely Women’s newsletter

Updating your email for Deaf-initely Women’s newsletter

We are updating our newsletter via Mailchimp – to all our current members, but first we need you to re-confirm your opt in/subscribe with us. We would love for you to opt in/subscribe with us!  Once you sign up, this will help stop your newsletter going into spam/junk...

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