Hello, I work in the NHS -a GP surgery in Kent - started learning BSL as we have a couple of patients who sign and no one at our practice does! Am really enjoying the course, got stuck on some of the towns, but love learning. Any advice from fellow learners gratefully received! Thanks, Louise
My name is Jason and I am trying to learn BSL using the online course over on british-sign; I'm about half way through it at the moment. I became more interested in learning to sign because I feel as though everyone should be able to communicate and it seems unfair that BSL isn't - or at least wasn't when I was at school - part of the standard curriculum. I was also inspired to start learning because of seeing more deaf representation being portrayed in the media (such as Co
I passed level 1 BSL at night school many years ago but couldn't do level 2 as it was a day time course and I couldn't attend as I was a childminder. I love learning it and it's a good to be able to communicate with everyone. If anyone wants someone to practice with I'm happy to help, I remember quite a bit of what we've done so far but need to speed up.