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Make a Donation and help our Projects

The funding we receive makes a big difference in how we conduct our projects here at Sound Waves Foundation. The bigger the donation the greater the sound wave we can create!

BSL after school clubs

We have created an engaging and fun British sign language after school club programme for deaf and hearing primary school children.

Raise deaf awareness and promote communication skills in mainstream primary schools. The classes teach hearing and deaf children side-by-side. To tackle the stigma around deafness this project integrates and unites children from an early age while providing the opportunity to learn a new and visual method of communication.  

Surf Signs

Deaf children often find it challenging to participate in mainstream water sports. We want to make surf, swimming and all things water safe and inclusive for deaf children.

Did you know that 40% of deaf children face difficulty accessing swimming (NDCS). Sound Waves Foundation has been working on producing water safety BSL signs for Hove Surf Life Saving Club for their deaf and hearing participants. These BSL signs can be easily learned and used to benefit all!

Action for Captions

We want to install live captioning software in every primary, secondary school, college and university in the UK for deaf children and young adults.

Block your ears and watch a clip on the ancient Greeks…..what did you learn? 

Captions are an integral part of a deaf child's learning.
Help us support deaf children at school with speech-to-text captioning technology. We live in a world where most people rely on speech and sound which is why we do not want deaf children to miss a thing.

Deaf Kids Tip Kits

‘Deaf Kids Tip Kits’ aims to educate society on how to be more inclusive and deaf-aware during activities like playdates, water-based activities, school trips, sports, sleepovers and others.

We have collected tips from deaf children who described activities and social interaction they find hard to navigate. This series of practical and inclusive deaf awareness digital kits can be easily shared with parents/carers/families, schools, hospitals, GPs and clubs. 

If you’d like more information about our projects, get in touch today.

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