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NAG Feeders information papers (25/08/2016)
Feedback papers regarding the long-term aims and ambitions discussion papers available in BSL, Word and PDF formats. We received feedback from:
1.) Deaf NAG – information gathered and summary report by BDA Scotland
2.) Deafblind NAG – information gathered and summary report by Deafblind Scotland
3.) Parents NAG – information gathered and summary report by NDCS Scotland
BSL version (coming soon) Word version PDF version
4.) Youth NAG – information gathered and summary report by Deaf Action
The Deaf Sector Partnership (DSP) is the first point of contact for public bodies and provides support in their work with the BSL (Scotland) Act 2015. Further information about the work of the DSP to increase access to services for the BSL and Deaf community in Scotland can be found on the DSP webpage.
The Deaf Sector Partnership (DSP) is made up of these organisations:
British Deaf Association Scotland (BDA Scotland)
National Deaf Children’s Society Scotland (NDCS Scotland)
Scottish Council on Deafness (SCoD)
The Scottish Government
The Voluntary Action Fund (VAF)
For further information on the Deaf Sector Partnership (DSP), including the British Sign Language National Advisory Group (BSL NAG), Deaf Sector Partnership Training and contactSCOTLAND-BSL, please go to the webpage by clicking on the link at the top of this page.