NHS 111 BSL SERVICE
NHS 111 offers a video relay service that allows you to make a video call to a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter. The BSL interpreter will call an NHS 111 adviser on your behalf and you’re then able to have a real-time conversation with the NHS 111 adviser, via the interpreter.
Visit NHS 111 BSL interpreter service for more details.
Macmillan’s British Sign Language cancer information videos are there to help you understand and cope with cancer. They cover what cancer is, signs and symptoms of cancer, what to expect if you are diagnosed, living with cancer, diet and cancer, coping with side effects, and cancer treatments.
You can access a variety of self help resources with information to help you with anxiety, stress, abuse, and others. Each of the leaflets can be viewed easily on your mobile device via the apps available for iPad, iPhone, and Android.
Each leaflet has a BSL video that you can watch.
You can also view and print easy read versions of the leaflets.
“Health Advice is hard to come by in sign language. It’s one of the reasons that Deaf people are more likely to be undiagnosed, or poorly treated, for a range of health conditions.
The modern NHS wants patients to be well informed and to make their own healthy choices, but it doesn’t give Deaf people the information or the tools they need to do that.
SignHealth is growing this library of health videos, to provide Deaf people with information on common, life-threatening and life-changing conditions and events.”
Click each button below to view SignHealth’s information:
Deaf World has been a registered charity since January 2009 and works in partnership with hearing impaired young people aged between 11 and 25 living in the West Midlands.
The aims of Deaf World are to meet the diverse educational, social, cultural, leisure, training, employment and linguistic needs of the young community. Deaf Word has also worked in partnership with Sandwell and Birmingham youth service provision and Wodensborough School to successfully deliver a programme of activities, for example:
- 5 outdoor activities residential in the Peak District and North Wales
- 2 Vehicle education programmes
- 6 day trips
- Organised fund-raising events
- Held meetings with young people and parents/carers
- Delivered a health and well-being project commissioned by Sandwell Can Do
- Facilitated consultation with young people
- Worked in partnership with young people to set up the Deaf Zone youth club at the Lighthouse young people centre in Aston
- Set up a Youth Forum
- Supported a young person to be successful in two funding applications
- Arranged and facilitated the provision of ‘Leadership Training’ which is commencing for youth forum members this Autumn
- Consulted young people about the proposals from a young deaf man who is looking to set up self-defence class for young people at the Lighthouse
- Set up a Ju Jitsu self-defence class delivered by a deaf young man at the Lighthouse
- HI young person volunteering as admin at Deaf World for 16 hours a week
Deaf Zone Youth Club. Meets once a week and open to young people from 11 to 25 at the Lighthouse
Ju Jitsu Self Defence. Classes delivered by a deaf young man (Ju Jitsu Black Belt 1st Dan) every Saturday 2 to 3pm. Cost £1 at the Lighthouse.
Outdoor activity residential. Yearly residential
Leadership training residential. For youth forum members
Please click on the images below to view the flyers
Further evidence of their work can be found on the following links: