Did anybody see this segment on Blue Peter?
Mwaksy takes a look into how BSL is a lifeline to most deaf or hard of hearing people.
She visits a theatre group in Cardiff which consists of children between the ages of 3-18 who communicate via BSL. Mwaksy chats to the children and finds out how this group has empowered them as ind
Hello all, my names Sophie, I have always been interested in sign and I knew a little but recently through my work, myself and the other youth workers have all enrolled on this course. We work for an LGBT+ youth charity in Sheffield and are keen to make are services inclusive for everyone
I'm excited to be writing my wee story for you all!
I have started learning BSL after being introduced to the deaf community through my new job. I work for a company who provides VRS and VRI services.
So far learning BSL has given me a broader insight into all aspects of BSL and has really benefitted me, in particular learning to acknowledge my deaf colleagues and how they like to communicate with those in the hearing community. I hope that after I complete the BSL c
Hi Everyone, Hope you are all well!
I have two reasons for learning sign language, the first being it will be a great addition alongside my current degree and after taking an intro course at the university I knew it would be great to continue the journey. Secondly, I work in a supermarket where a few people are part of the deaf community and I would really like to have a proper conversation. I am really enjoying learning BSL , although I am progressing slowly due to other commitments.