Bridging the Access Gap in Yorkshire

A NEW initiative to encourage more members of the public to take up sign language as an extra language and skill, is now available to residents of Yorkshire.  

The Signs4Life scheme is to help people to communicate and engage with children and adults who may have hearing impairments and are offering a FREE 6-week British Sign Language (BSL) programme, which you can enjoy and access from the comfort of your home, delivered through Zoom.

For more details on the free community programme, due to start after February half-term, please email Hana, on hana.riaz@signs4life.org

2 thoughts on “Bridging the Access Gap in Yorkshire

  1. Hi

    How do I register for the FREE sign language course please? What time does it start and finish? I can do a bit of sign language, such as the alphabet and a few sayings such as overtake, toilet, please, thank you, sorry.

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