Consultation on the Pan-Ayrshire British Sign Language (BSL) Plan
Following the launch of the Scottish Government National BSL Plan in October 2017, we have developed a draft shared plan that covers the whole
of Ayrshire. This shared plan is based on the national plan and involves NHS Ayrshire and Arran, the three Ayrshire Local Authorities and the
Health and Social Care Partnerships. We would like you to consider the draft plan and give us your feedback.
This consultation closed on Friday 6 July 2018.
Ayrshire shared British Sign Language local plan
We have produced our plan in two versions, BSL and English, to make it easily accessible to all:
View the draft shared plan.
It is also available via signed videos, available at these You Tube links:
1 – Introduction (2:25 minutes)
2 – Ayrshire Shared Plan (3:45)
3 – Scottish Public Services (3:45)
4 – Family Support, Early Learning and Childcare (1:17)
5 – School Education (3:06)
6 – Training, Work and Social Security (1:27)
7 – Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing (1:54)
8 – Transport (1:08)
9 – Culture and Arts (1:03)
10 – Democracy (1:49)
11 – Justice (1:08)
12 – Other Comments (0:20)
How to comment
We would like your thoughts on this draft plan and there are a number of ways you can have your say and respond to the consultation. You can
attend one of our consultation events, complete and return the consultation questions, call us with your comments or send a signed video to us.
The introduction letter and
events flyer give more information on all of these options.
The letter and flyer are also available as signed videos on You Tube using these links:
The South Ayrshire event will run on Sunday 1 July, ‘Price of a Fish Supper’ and consultation.
2 - 5pm, Gaiety Theatre, Ayr - ‘Price of a Fish Supper’
Rab is an ex fisherman who has witnessed the decline of the Scottish fishing industry. He has reached rock bottom, but has a story to
tell. Hard hitting and funny, he takes us on a journey which may or may not, be one of redemption.
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Phone: (01292) 616 261
Text: 07870 984831