Helen Morgans-Wenhold from BDA’s Glasgow office talks about her recent experience of running the Great Scottish 10k where she raised an amazing £850 for the BDA.
Three BSL accessible events will take place at the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Universities Insight Institute between May and November this year to explore the idea of implementing the world’s first “Signing Parliament”; a democratic body representing the voice of BSL users in Scotland.
The Eatwell Guide is a policy tool used to define government recommendations on eating healthily and achieving a balanced diet.
The information in this video is for young people in work, or looking to get into work, those starting a new job, or those applying for jobs. Perhaps you are concerned about communication, or worried about how you will fit in.
Darren, a Deaf barber from Glasgow tells us about his journey from college into employment and the importance having the correct support in place. Darren explains how he got his first job as a barber and how he communicates with his customers (both Deaf customers and hearing customers).
For any person going through the experience of caring for someone with Dementia, it’s so important to share your experiences with others. In today’s video, BDA Scotland’s Community Development Manager, Avril Hepner, chats to Carolyn Nabarro-Denmark about her experience of being a carer and the useful information she picked up along the way.