The Audio Description Association (ADA) works to raise the standard and profile of audio description nationwide, supporting audio describers and facilitating a quality service for blind and partially sighted people.

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Update: Note Pad November 2017

In this edition we announce the next workshop, promoting AD Services, there is a promotion for Brewing in the Basement at the Barbican on 3-4 November, America Council for the Blind's call for young people to get in touch with their reviews of their…

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Update: Taking on Snowdon and winning

Triumphant and celebrating at the summit.

A quick catch to tell you that the Suchy Family consisting of Paula, Stephan, Richard, Andy and Stella did in deed take on the challenge of Snowdon and in spite of Sore feet, shoulders and necks, the rain, the wind and several hot chocolates they…

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Update: Paula Suchy Takes on Snowdon for Charity

Paula and Stephan me on a training walk in the Chiltern Hills, standing in front of the monument erected in 1904.

Paula Suchy is in peak condition as she prepares to tackle the slopes of Snowdon next month to raise funds for two charities – the Audio Description Association and her local Milton Keynes Reader Service. Friends and Members of ADA can sponsor Paula please get…

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Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

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