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Welcome to Signlync, we are advocates for change. We champion awareness. The Deaf Community seeks an opportunity to access the world and express our creativity in a positive fashion.

We do not seek sympathy, just awareness…

Are you Deaf Aware?

 

” There is no greater sense of achievement than acknowledgment for making a difference to the lives of others; the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community deserve to be heard”.

Gü Dopran

Our Story

 

Welcome and allow us to introduce ourselves; Gü Dopran (CEO) and Dorothy Dady (COO), we are Signlync. The idea for Signlync was borne out of a necessity (as all the best concepts are). Gü being severly Deaf since the age of three and Dorothy with her background in creative Business had known each other for many years before the lightning bolt struck. 

BSL (British Sign Language) Interpreters cost a fortune and Government budgets are getting harder and harder to justify. Why not create a way to connect interpreters with the people that need them, at the same time saving money for everyone involved in the chain? 

So that’s what we are developing.

As with all journeys they can be long and painful, especially those without private sector funding. We have been down many rabbit holes but always seem to find the right person at our time of need. We have met some wonderful people along our path and as we approach the finish line we would like to say thank you to all those that have helped.

So here is to many more rabbit holes and many more guiding lights… May lightning strike twice and the creativity never falter.

Deaf Awareness

Barriers abound everywhere! If you are able bodied, hearing and well educated you still have barriers. Everyone has a barrier or ceiling they must break through. As Human Beings, we are upwardly mobile. It is in our genes and how we have prospered. The quest for betterment is eternal. So if you throw into the mix a disability then the barriers come quicker and are harder to break down.

That is why we at Signlync are trying to make the world more aware of the Deaf Community. We have a lot to offer! They say as one sense is weakened so the others pick up the slack. The Deaf Community has a lot of creative energy that absolutely must be expressed. We want to share it with you, so help us.

Inclusion is not a price you have to pay, but a human kindness which will be repaid ten fold. Engage with the next Deaf person you meet and your act of inclusion will be rewarded with a pleasant and surprising interaction, full of humour. You will see pride and we are not sorry for ourselves but trying to forge a path in this hearing world.

“Small steps lead to great strides”

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