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Building Deaf Awareness

Kathleen and Paul were invited to construction giant Willmott Dixon to discuss how to make the workplace inclusive for Deaf colleagues and customers. It was the perfect opportunity for Paul to share stories of his days working on building sites when there was no Access to Work budget for interpreters. He explained the challenges he […]

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National Inclusion Week

Next week is National Inclusion Week – a time when businesses focus on what they need to do to make their work environment inclusive for everyone. Deaf Awareness is a key area where many companies are realising they need staff training in order to be inclusive and accessible for Deaf colleagues and customers. A busy […]

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2018 Graduation BBQ

In recognition of all your hard studying, we are welcoming all our students who have taken BSL courses with us this year to our Graduation BBQ. Prospective and past students are very welcome to join us too! The date is Friday September 7th at 7pm in Send. Contact us to let us know you are […]

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Kathleen Teaches Secretary of State BSL!

International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt used BSL in Parliament as she announced a global disability conference which will take place in London later this month. Dot Sign Language are extremely proud that Kathleen Grehan worked with Penny Mordaunt teaching her sign language. This is in addition to a group of staff from DFID (Department For International […]

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Deaf Awareness Training for GPs

Following four extremely successful training sessions with the practice staff from Surrey Heath, Dot Sign Language was very happy to write and article for Out News Global. We hope more Clinical Commissioning Groups will follow Surrey Heath’s example. Contact us to find out about bespoke workplace training. Deaf LGBT people are avoiding visiting their GPs

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GP Surgeries Commit To Learn BSL

Surrey Heath is sending out an important message – that they recognise the importance of making their GP services accessible to the Deaf community. “We are constantly striving to improve patient experience and provide a service that is best suited to the needs of our population.  We’ve been working with Dot Sign Language Ltd. to […]

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Football 4 Deaf Kids

With The World Cup under way, what better time to take up football? Our friends at Chloe and Sophie’s Special Ears Fund have organised Saturday morning coaching sessions in Aldershot for Deaf children, their siblings, cousins, and CODA, age 4-16. Please email: contact@CSSEF.org or phone 07931 310430 for more information  

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