deafscotland and Disability Equality Scotland would like to thank all the delegates, stall holders, workshop leaders, language/communication support professionals, sponsors and the hotel for making our Scottish Sensory and Equality Conference 2019: Communication for All a great day. We will…
We have published details of the programme for the 2018 SCoD Connect and Collaborate Conference. For more information, click here.
Booking is now open for the Deaf Awareness (K101) and Communication with Deaf & Deafblind People (T101) course. For more information, click here
SCoD has produced a list of asks for the May Council elections. You can read the Manifesto here: http://www.scod.org.uk/information/local-government/
The Cross Party Group on Deafness has been registered with the Scottish Parliament. For more information, click here.
The BSL and Linguistic Access Working Group’s Roadmap Review is now available. There is a summary and the full report. for more information, click here.
The May edition of the bulletin is now available. Download it from our Bulletin page. The April Parliamentary Bulletin can be downloaded from our Scottish Parliament webpage.
The March edition is now available. Download it from our Bulletin page. The Parliamentary Bulletin can be downloaded from our Scottish Parliament webpage.
The Inaugural National Conference for Scotland’s Deaf Sector SCoD’s CONNECT & COLLABORATE Conference will take place on Thursday 12th March 2015 in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY The keynote speaker is Yvonne Strachan, Head of Equality,…
UK hearing loss charity, Hearing Link, is looking for people who use hearing aids to sign up to take part in a major audit of hearing loops. The audit will check the number of properly working hearing loops in public…