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Deafness and Hearing Loss

NHS 111 BSL Service
https://interpreternow.co.uk/nhs111?fbclid=IwAR34B-WnJcS_5TSOsD_Tpw9AnbrVBNjiqTq5BDEAGnUiXg3yhjjCJMIrgGk

The NHS 119 BSL Service for British Sign Language Users is available here. The Coronavirus Testing Call Centre can help with all enquiries about the testing process; from how to book an appointment, to how to take the test, to what to do when you receive your result.

The service is also accessible to people with hearing or speech impairments by calling 18001 119.

Deaf Advice Team:Citizens Advice Sheffield
For welfare rights advice send a text message on 07464544214 or email deafadvice@citizensadvice.org.uk
You can also request a videocall by appointment ( DAT will guide you how to set this up ).

View website for further information ( and scroll down to see full content ) and watch BSL Video .

COVID-19 vaccination British Sign Language resources on GOV.UK are available here.

Action on Hearing Loss
https://beta.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/coronavirus-response/

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