Apprenticeships help you build the experience and skills that employers want to see. No matter what stage you’re at, they’ll help you get set for a bright future. And now, there are more ways than ever to get involved.
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?
Hello, Diane Morton here. I have a new role now as Give Me BSL officer, based here in Glasgow. I’m working with deaf and hearing families who have a deaf child aged between 8 and 21. The project is funded by Scottish government and covers the central belt.
Today we chat to Louise Sloan, BDA Scotland’s new Mentoring Officer for the Deaf Roots & Pride Project, about her role within the team and how the Mentoring aspect of the project works.
Hello! I’m Lucy. If you remember, I was recently introduced to you all as the new Access and Inclusion (Dementia) Officer. Now, I’m doing my first video to you all.
Follow on from today’s Ministerial statement at the Scottish Parliament, an ambitious national plan for British Sign Language has been unveiled which will ensure deaf and deafblind BSL users are fully involved in all aspects of daily and public life.