You may be aware that changes to text relay services are planned from 18 April 2014. Ofcom, the UK communications regulator, want to find out about the experiences of text relay users both now and after the changes are made in April, so that they can establish whether the changes lead to a better quality service.
Thamsanqa Jantjie’s ‘apparent’ interpretations of speeches given during the Nelson Mandela memorial have caused uproar within the international deaf community.
While we support the statements of those in the wider deaf sector, Signature and NRCPD believe the most saddening element is the fact that millions of deaf people worldwide have been so badly let down.
We have a meeting tomorrow with Mary Creagh the Shadow Secretary of State for Transport to discuss making transport more accessible for deaf people.
With only 21 sleeps to go until the big day why not take a look at our FREE BSL Homework Christmas page.
Due to the popularity of the Signature Level 3 Certificate in British Sign Language training for teachers, an extra date has been added to the programme.
We are seeking effective practice case study examples to contribute to the audit.
NHS England has launched a survey on its project to develop a set of national standards to make information accessible for disabled people.