Useful links can be found on the BSL Scotland website. You will see '7 tips for better access to Scottish Public Services' and a number of Frequently Asked Questions.
For Deaf BSL users: If you would like some support on councils and health, please contact us at:
999 for BSL Users
The UK emergency services provides a video link to enable BSL users to access the 999 emergency services. To access information on how to use this, download the app, or to make an emergency call if required, please follow this link: https://999bsl.co.uk/
Cost of Living Crisis
Involving and Engaging with Deaf Community training
Ross Craig, the Council’s Equalities & Fairness Officer recently attended BDA’s 4th and last empowerment training session for professionals from public services across Scotland. The session, delivered by Robin Ash, BDA's BSL Equality and Rights Coordinator, had fourteen participants joining to learn about how to engage with the Deaf community in Scotland.
“This was a great opportunity to strengthen our partnership with BDA Nationally, and explore how we can work together to better engage with and support Dundee’s BSL Community at the Local Level"
View the video
Elect Her is an organisation with the aim to inspire, empower and encourage women to run for political office in the UK.
We would like to share with you that Elect Her has created BSL videos about how to get started in politics.
Elect Her worked with BDA Scotland to develop this BSL resources.
Elect Her YouTube page
Who is Elect Her?
- For a list of BSL/English interpreters: