As exams were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, DRP Transitions Officer Mitchell talks to Erin about her exam results and the Scottish Government’s decision to make a U-turn on the results algorithm.
It is with great thanks to the support from Leicestershire County Council, the BDA have established and are running a Covid 19 project for Leicestershire Deaf community. This is to provide information, advice and support to Deaf people who live in Leicestershire for both adults and young people to ensure that all have access to information about what is happening locally in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
To #StayHealthyAtHome, we have some tips from the World Health Organization (WHO) about looking after our mental health.
The COVID-19 pandemic means that many of us are staying at home and sitting down more than we usually do. It’s hard for a lot of us to do the sort of exercise we normally do and it’s even harder for people who don’t usually do a lot of physical exercise.
Calling out to young people and students!
Are you anxious about COVID-19? Try not to worry, DRP Scotland’s Transition Officer, Mitchell Graham, is here to give you ten tips to help support you, and to guide you in helping others.
The British Deaf Association wrote to the Prime Minister on 31st March 2020 asking for his invention to ensure televised sign language interpretations of the official briefings are relayed on BBC1. This is the only channel accessible to all.