Sensory Support Service

GOGA Tea, Talk & Try!

TEA, TALK & TRY! (GOGA supporting disabled and non-disabled people being active together) Aberdeen Sports Village, Linksfield Road, Aberdeen AB24 SRU Boccia, Badminton, Boxing, Body Mind Wellbeing, Squash, Swimming & Table Tennis with tea and chat Wednesday 27th February 2019 1.30pm-4.30pm (Squash 1.3O-2.30pm & Swimming 4.00-4.30pm) For more information and to register contact: Kevin Mathew:… Read more GOGA Tea, Talk & Try!

Visual Impairment Sports Day Saturday 30th March 2019

VISUAL IMPAIRMENT SPORTS DAY Saturday 30th March 2019 11.00am – 4.00pm, registration 10.30am St Paul’s High School, 90 Gillburn Road, Dundee DD3 0EH Scottish Disability Sport is delighted to be working in partnership with JudoScotland, Scottish Football Association, Scottish Swimming, Scottish Athletics, Blazing Saddles, Goalball UK and Celtic FC Foundation to offer a unique experience… Read more Visual Impairment Sports Day Saturday 30th March 2019

NESS Summer 2018 Activity Timetable

North East Sensory Service Summer 2018 Activity Timetable   Please see attached information on what is happening over the summer. There are limited spaces for some of the activities so you need to book your place. For further information or to book on any of the upcoming activities please contact: Diana Daneels   07515 985118 Jayne… Read more NESS Summer 2018 Activity Timetable

Spread the Sign

Doncaster Deaf Trust have been working in partnership with a number of European Projects for over a decade to benefit Deaf people. They are involved in various Erasmus and European Projects involving partners from a number of other European countries.  They have been working with “Spread the Sign” since 2006 and have helped develop this on… Read more Spread the Sign

contact SCOTLAND – BSL

The Scottish Government has provided funding for a new video relay service (VRS)  for BSL users. This provides an online interpreter that can be used to contact all Scottish Public Bodies such as the Scottish Government, Councils, schools and the NHS.  It is also available to contact organizations in the voluntary sector such as the Citizens Advice Bureau, local charities and volunteer centres. It is open 7 days a week from 8am to 12 midnight for non-emergency calls only (no 999 calls).

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Know Your Rights Free Information Event

Know Your Rights: update on current legislation and benefits for children and young people with sensory impairments: Wednesday 23rd May 2018 This free afternoon event will be of interest to teachers of the deaf, teachers of visual impairment, mainstream teachers, support staff, educational psychologists, habilitation and rehabilitation workers, parents and carers. The aim of this half-day event is… Read more Know Your Rights Free Information Event