Get Involved with Clarity in Communication


It’s simple – the more people who know, the more people we can reach, and the more people we can help!  Help spread the word and be part of this amazing grassroots movement.

1. Download the poster and information booklet and approach all of the places you visit.

Remember, it’s not just shops, it is all businesses including (but not limited to)

  • Schools
  • Workplaces
  • High Street Banks
  • Doctors
  • Vaccination centres
  • Beauty Salons
  • Hairdressers
  • Audiologists
  • Baby groups
  • Dentists
  • Library
  • Absolutely anywhere you ever go!
3. Use our adaptable  Letter Template to write to your local community.  Please click here 
2. Donate to our Go Fund Me campaign to get Clear Face Masks.

Even though vaccines are being rolled out, we know that the landscape and people’s behaviours have changed forever and that masks will continue to be a requirement.

There is currently no government support to offer Clear Masks in any setting, including Schools for the Deaf, and knowing the devastating effect non-clear masks can have, I want to raise funds to buy and supply clear masks, starting with Schools for the Deaf before expanding into the wider community.

The imminent lifting of lockdown will be very isolating for the 1 in 6 if when we can finally go out, we are faced with a barrier of not being able to communicate.

Find out more here… 

4. Read the Stories of our lovely members as they are added to our blog.

Business Resources

We are thrilled your business or place of work would like to be involved.  By becoming involved in #ClarityInCommunication, you are making a positive impact on your community and your business will be listed on our Friends page, so that our community know.

Top Tips to Making Your Business Hearing Loss Friendly
  • Download the poster and pop it in your window and by the till so those with hearing loss know you are lip reading friendly.
  • Make sure your staff are aware of the exemption card and sunflower disability scheme.
  • Ensure everyone knows to stand a safe distance and lower their mask when speaking.
  • Have a notepad and pen to hand.
  • Where possible, get your staff to wear clear masks.


When printing the booklet:

Please ensure your printer is set to the following settings :

Set your home printer to the following settings:
  1. select print on both sides 
  2. click – print on short edge
and then 
  1. Select pages per sheet 
  2. select 2

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