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Deaf charities welcome life-saving decision to make 999 accessible in BSL

Ofcom has said that telecoms providers will be compelled to offer their customers free 24/7 access to 999 services.

New emergency video relay service for sign language users

Press Release from Ofcom: 22 June 2021 From next year, British Sign Language users will be able to contact the emergency services using video relay, under new rules announced today by Ofcom. Under our existing … Continued

Jackie Driver, Chair of SignHealth’s Board of Trustees, receives OBE award

This honour is a well-deserved recognition for Jackie’s tireless commitment in the fight for equality.

Shielding Guidance Update

Important Advice for Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV) people updated April 2021.

Domestic Abuse Research

For new research, we are looking for Deaf women who have experienced domestic abuse and never used any of SignHealth’s services.

No money, BSL Health Access is closing

The NHS has not committed any further funding for April 1st onwards, effectively closing the service of BSL Health Access.

One year on, 25,000 conversations later, what has BSL Health Access achieved?

SignHealth looks back at why we set up the service in response to the pandemic.

Healthy Relationships Workshop – Men Only

Please text 07970350366 or email da@signhealth.org.uk to book your place!

Kent Healthy Relationship Workshops

Deaf people living in Kent are invited to join our interactive healthy relationship workshops on Zoom!