Have you been to a courtroom before? Maybe you are unsure of the internal protocol of a court setting?
Belfast City Council has today become the first Northern Ireland council to sign up to the British/Irish Sign Language Charter, committing to promote better access to public services for Deaf communities.
BDA (NI) have some good news we would like to share with members of the Deaf community. Deaf people will be able to go to their local Advice NI or CAB office and request Interpretation services for support with Welfare Reform related issues, such as PIP and Universal Credit
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
The BDA NI has a new project that aims to ‘Enhance Deaf People’s Communication Access to Justice’ in Northern Ireland and will work in partnership with Queen’s University (Belfast), Syracuse University College of Law and Rowan University College of Education (United States).
The SDLP’s Deputy Leader, Nicola Mallon, has issued a press release welcoming changes made to the PIP assessment process for deaf applicants.