Every word counts

Captioning Awareness Week at your Venue


How are you reaching your d/Deaf audience at home?

We want to know all about what d/Deaf access you've been supplying while we've all been stuck at home. Whether our been streaming captioned theatre or holding subtitled talks via Zoom, now is your chance to shout about it!

Using #CAW20 and #ArmchairAccess on social media let the one in six of us who are d/Deaf, deafened or hard of hearing, know what events you have coming up! 

We've even helped you out with some images you can use below:




Social Media
We always have a lot of fun on social media, with competitions, photos from events, and most importantly support from venues and audiences. We’d love to see your support, which is as easy as taking a quick photo with our Caption Awareness Week signs!

But most importantly tell the world what accessible events you have coming up!

Use  #CAW20 and #ArmchairAccess on all your social media channels.

We have put together some suggested posts and a whole load of images for you to use, you can find all the details by clicking here.




We want to see your photos

Take a photo with one of our downloadable frames and show your support for the week! We’d also love to see at any events, or anything you may be getting up to this Captioning Awareness Week. There may even be some pictures for the best snaps… watch this space.


Download all our social media assets from dropbox


Follow and share

This week is all about awareness so even simply engaging with us online with simple shares and likes goes a long way to letting people know about access in the arts. Come and join the fun on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. It’s the easiest way to get involved!




The Arts Council
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