Me2 deaf-friendly activities - supporting resources
Me2 Deaf-Friendly Activities support youth activity providers by providing information on how to be deaf-friendly.
- General leisure activities
- Useful resources for deaf-friendly music, drama and other arts activities and venues
- Useful resources for deaf-friendly sports
- British Sign Language (BSL) videos
- Girl Guides, Brownies & Rainbows
- Scouts, Cubs & Beavers
- Woodcraft Folk
- Useful apps for deaf children and young people
Many resources have been developed by us, whilst some have been created
in partnership with national partners and specialists.They include
resource books, DVDs, BSL video clips, flashcards and factsheets.
By signing up to our Me2 Deaf-Friendly Activities pledge you will be kept up-to-date with new resource releases hot off the press.
- Equality Act 2010 factsheet for organisations and activity providers
- Publicity factsheet for Me2 deaf-friendly activities
- Funding factsheet for Me2 deaf-friendly activities
- Subtitling YouTube videos
- Terminology Guidance Factsheet
For information about how to recruit volunteers, see the involving volunteers page.
General leisure activities
Useful resources for deaf-friendly music, drama and other arts activities and venues
Useful resources for deaf-friendly sports
Check out our list of useful resources for sports including horse riding, squash, tennis and rugby.
British Sign Language (BSL) videos
Our YouTube channel has clips of BSL terms for arts, sports, leisure activities and more.
You can find the full list of BSL terms we've covered on our BSL terms for Arts, Sports, Leisure and more page.
Girl Guides, Brownies & Rainbows
Scouts, Cubs & Beavers
Useful apps for deaf children and young people
If you are working with deaf children and young people, and have a smartphone check out our apps section.
Also in this Section
- Me2 deaf-friendly activities Welcome
- Me2 deaf-friendly activities - supporting resources