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Significance

Significance is our award-winning signing choir

'Sign for Change' - WDDA Family Fun Day

Thank you to Significance Sign Choir, Rainbow Arts Dorset CIC, Arts2Educate, Sian Louise Photography, Sarah Haywood, 'Little Fingers, Big Feet baby & Toddler Signing Classes', The Sweet Peas, Bournemouth Deaf Club, Friends of Boscombe Chine Gardens, Aldi UK and Sainsbury's for supporting this event AND an extra special thank you to all the children and families who came together today to make the event such a success!

Show the Deaf community that you care

Did you know that WDDA offers bespoke BSL training packages for local organisations, businesses and workplaces? Our Bite Sized Introduction to BSL Communication Skills course can be tailored for your specific needs and delivered at your workplace https://bit.ly/2If3oS4

Train to become a BSL Tutor

Have you thought about a career in teaching? We’re looking for positive people who can pass on their knowledge of BSL to the next generation of students. Could you be a Tutor? Are you already a BSL Tutor? We have courses at Level 1, 2 and 3 beginning in September...

WDDA family fun day brings hearing and Deaf children and families together

Photo credit: Sian Louise Photography https://sianlouisephotography.com/ Sunday 22 July 2018 saw WDDA tutors, trustees and supporters take our ‘Sign for Change’ campaign out in to the community as we hosted a family fun day in Boscombe Chine Gardens.  The aim of the event was to help bring hearing and Deaf...

Show the Deaf community that you care

Did you know that WDDA offers bespoke BSL training packages for local organisations, businesses and workplaces? Our Bite Sized Introduction to BSL Communication Skills course can be tailored for your specific needs and delivered at your workplace https://bit.ly/2If3oS4   Upon completion of your training, your business will be presented with a...

Your privacy matters

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became law on the 25th May 2018.  It is the first major overhaul of data protection in the UK for 20 years.  The purpose is to give individuals more rights, to have more transparency and to ensure that any organisation that collects, handles or shares...