The Deaf Studies Trust is a national organisation that works with deaf people, set up in 1984. It carries out research into deaf issues. Their current project provides older deaf people with videophones, giving them access to other Deaf people using British Sign Language, and to enable them to access services in British Sign Language. Past projects have included a study of Deaf people's lives in the UK and disseminating this information to them in sign language, Sign on TV, Setting up a Family Centre for Deaf Children, and many other projects.
The aims of the trust are: "Communication and understanding - to attempt to enhance and improve the quality of deaf people's lives and their contribution to society".
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