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9th October 2019

Deafscope – A Deaf-friendly directory

Deafscope Discover great places for the deaf community What is it? Deafscope is a directory for the deaf community. So people can find Deaf-friendly businesses, services, places, events and activities in their area. The creator of Deafscope describes it as a “search engine like Google/Bing where everything is Deaf/Sign Language related and friendly – restaurants, […]

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19th June 2019

Working in Health and Social Care – Everyday is different

Shortage of staff in Health and Social Care As we live in an ageing population, the numbers of people aged 65 and over needing care is rising. It is predicted by 2035 the UK will need an additional 650,000 workers. Minister of State for Care, Caroline Dinenage said, “There is huge demand for more care […]

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5th June 2019

Expanding SEA Children’s Services

SEA want to ensure all deaf children reach their full potential.  As SEA grow, we are expanding the children’s services we offer for deaf children. Currently SEA offer BSL care for individuals across the UK including: Lancashire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, West and South Yorkshire and the South East of England. However, we now want […]

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15th May 2019

Disability Confident Committed

SEA are very happy to announce that we are registered as a Disability Confident employer! What is Disability Confident? Disability Confident is a Government Scheme, designed to help businesses recruit and retain disabled people and people with health conditions. Being Disability Confident can help you discover someone your business just can’t do without. 7.6 million working age […]

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24th April 2019

5 Facts about Helen Keller

Helen Keller – An Inspirational Woman An American educator who overcame the difficulties of being deafblind during the 1880’s. 1. Helen was deafblind Helen was born in 1880 and at the age of 19 months old, Helen Keller was stricken with an unknown illness that left her deafblind. As Helen grew she became reckless and […]

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10th April 2019

SEA’s Core Values

Our Core Values SEA prides themselves on these 5 core values that are at the foundation for every decision made at SEA. We promote these core values for both our staff and clients. Equality Defining equality “Fair treatment of people regardless of their gender, race, disability etc.”  We promote equality for all our staff.  SEA ensure […]

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13th February 2019

Intervenor Course

SEA Training During January, SEA’s training coordinator organised an intervenor course alongside Jenny Fletcher. The course was specifically for SEA staff to attend so they could have more knowledge for working with our Deafblind clients. However, we also extended the course for individuals outside of our organisation.  We were pleased to be joined by three […]

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4th January 2019

New Year, New Job?

Its the start of a new year at SEA and after SEA growing rapidly throughout 2018 we are on the look out for more staff. SEA work within the deaf community so all of our staff need to have BSL skills (level 2 desired). Therefore, our jobs are highly accessible for deaf people and we […]

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21st November 2018

Deaf Children Services

Children’s Services that SEA Provide 90% of Deaf children are born to hearing parents. As a result of this, it can often be difficult for the parents where communication might be a barrier initially. However, SEA provide children’s services that can help the development of your child. SEA currently deliver children’s services in: Merseyside, Halton, […]

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14th November 2018

Charity 5K Run

Charity Fundraiser As part of our corporate partnerships on the 27th October some of the SEA Team completed a 5K run. This was SEAs first charity fundraiser. We completed the 5K run to raise money for our two chosen charities Deaf Active and Genie Networks.  The 5K Take a look at some of the photos […]

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