Interview with Terry Riley, BDA Conference
by Viewtalk Current Affairs

Viewtalk reporters Sannah and David visited the BDA (British Deaf Association) Conference in Bradford, and we were lucky to catch one of the influential people in the Deaf Community, Terry Riley the Chair of BDA for a quick interview. We asked him to tell us about the BDA, how they cater for the Deaf Community, his views on the common issues faced and why technology is a vital source of access for the Deaf Community. Check out our interview to see what Terry has to say!

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Created: 4/4/11

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S- Hello I am here today at the BDA conference to meet Terry Riley who is an important figure within the Deaf community. I am here to discuss with him about the BDA and how he got involved.
TR- I am not important, the members are important
S- How did you become involved with the BDA and what is your role?
TR- I have been involved with the BDA for over 40 years. I began working in the office, then I worked within the committee and then became the committee executive. 10 years ago I stepped down from that role and once I had finished work I was asked to become chair which I have now been for the past 2 and a half years.

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