Important appeal: Computers for Deaf Youngsters

Important appeal: Computers for Deaf Youngsters

We are determined to make sure that all deaf youngsters have the best possible access to Online Learning from home and at school. Please click through to read more about this important campaign appeal.

Deaf Aspirations and AACT4Children have just completed a pilot project with the sponsorship from the National Lottery Coronavirus Community Support fund entitled “Mental Health Well Being for Deaf Young People using Digital Technologies”.

Considerable evidence has revealed that deaf young people are struggling during these coronavirus times when at home due to not having the Laptops, iPads and Tablets which are needed. They also do not have access to subtitling and sign language which would make them more inclusive and better for learning at home.

Whilst the Daily Mail have launched a successful Campaign for “Computers for Kids”, Deaf Aspirations & AACT4Children have decided to launch their own “Computers for Deaf Youngsters” as we are determined to make sure that all deaf youngsters have the best possible access to Online Learning from home and at school.

To donate online:

Visit the donations page on the Decibels website by clicking here and follow the steps to complete your donation. Decibels is a partner charity as part of the METEC Consortium.

To donate via cheque

Make your cheque payable to Deaf Aspirations and address it to Rooms E3 & E4 TOB1, Earley Gate, University of Reading, Whiteknights Road, Reading, RG6 7BE.

To donate with Gift Aid

Please find the Gift Aid form here. For every £1 you donate, this scheme tops up an additional 25p.

 

Thank you for your SUPPORT to this very important APPEAL CAMPAIGN for COMPUTERS FOR DEAF YOUNGSTERS.