Awareness training provides opportunities to be more inclusive and accessible to deaf and/or hard-of-hearing people at work, socially or in the mainstream community.
Being deaf and hard-of-hearing aware is great way to show good business practice.
According to research, 7 in 10 hearing aid users would more likely choose a business or service which had deaf aware staff over a competitor that did not.
Awareness training helps build knowledgeable and better-informed teams and organisations that can provide more accessible and equitable services to communities.
People can have a better understanding of the challenges faced by deaf and hard-of-hearing people as well as an appreciation for their unique culture, history, and community.
Better awareness make your workplace more accessible to Deaf and hard-of-hearing clients, work colleagues and communities.