3rd Sector

Making your services accessible

contactSCOTLAND-BSL is Scotland’s first and unique Government funded VRS (Video Relay Service) that enables Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users access to civil and civic life. Provision of a video relay service assists public services meet their legal obligations in relation to the: Human Rights Act 1998, Equality Act 2010 Patient Rights (Scotland) Act 2011 British Sign Language (...
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We have been extremely busy over the past couple of months giving presentations and live demonstrations all over the country ... In the past 2 months we have provided presentations and live demos at: Glasgow Deaf Connections Inverness Deaf Club Aberdeen Deaf Club West Scotland Deaf Children's Society City of Glasgow College Dundee Voluntary Action In addition we have atte...
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The Gathering – SECC Glasgow

Come and visit us at SCVO's The Gathering 2017 at Glasgow's SECC - we'er at Stand number 78 - You can even book a time slot for a chat: https://thegathering.eventgrid.com/Page/22216/contactscotland-bsl @scvotweet #lovecharity The Gathering is an unmissable event for people working in the third sector to network, showcase what they do and learn from each other. Key themes for 2017 include ...
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Live demo

Thanks to Deaf Connections staff in Glasgow for the warm welcome 'home' to give a presentation and live demo of the service to Deaf Care Staff. Even with the technical issue with the projector, we were able to gather round iPads, mobile phones and Laptops to see just how useful using contactSCOTLAND-BSL can be. Looking forward to a return visit for other members of the staff team. If you ...
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CS-BSL Promotions

If you would like to arrange a talk/presentation/demo of contactSCOTLAND-BSL - have a look at our 'Promotions' page   Presentations can be given to: Local Deaf Clubs Groups of Deaf people Local Authority services/departments Service users Council committees Voluntary organisations (specific meetings or as guest speaker) Local community groups … and more
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