DRP, Deaf Roots and Pride has been recognised for the standard and quality of work it delivers and has been awarded the APS, Approved Providers Standard benchmark from NCVO, the National Council of Voluntary Organisations. APS is a National Quality Service that recognises Mentoring Projects.
The Midlands’ Deaf Roots & Pride team took a trip to the fantastic Drayton Manor theme park in Staffordshire for a day of twists and turns on the park’s many rides and attractions.
Avril and Lucy from BDA Scotland chat about Power of Attorney (P.O.A); What is it? When should you consider it? How do I go about setting it up?
A GCSE in British Sign Language (BSL) could be introduced in the UK before the next general election after the Government’s Department for Education (DfE) reversed a decision to delay any new qualifications.
Are you a Sign Language user caring for someone with Dementia? BDA Northern Ireland want to speak to people who care for a Deaf person with Dementia, or are a Deaf carer for a person with Dementia
BDA Scotland’s Dementia team recently visited members of the community to chat about their experiences of being a full-time carer for someone with Dementia.