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.
Access to Work
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).
The BDA welcomes a new petition to restore the Access to Elected Office Fund by More United, fronted by former BDA director David Buxton alongside Emily Brothers and Simeon Hart.
The British Deaf Association can report that a Deaf senior executive is taking legal action following implementation of the Access to Work cap.
We are supporting the Stop Changes to Access to Work
march on Saturday 25th September 2015.
The minister said the government has no appetite to legally recognise BSL as a minority language.