NSPCC Launch BSL Helpline Provided by Sign Video

Press Release by NSPCC: If you are deaf or hard of hearing and are worried about a child or need advice you can now contact the NSPCC BSL Helpline, through qualified British Sign Language interpreters.

The NSPCC Helpline has become the first helpline in the UK teaming up with the Sign Video Service to enable deaf and hard of hearing members of the public to access the helpline via qualified BSL Sign Language interpreters. Using video conferencing equipment (videophones, webcams, videoconferencing units), high quality BSL interpreters are available within minutes.

Users can call via ISDN videophone on 020 8463 1148 or online via IP videophone or webcam on nspcc.signvideo.tv. The service operates Monday to Friday from 9am till 5pm. You can read more about the NSPCC helpline by visiting www.nspcc.org.uk.

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