Here’s an outline of the six modules and who may use them.
Our workshop on 22nd April will tell you more about how the modules were developed. It will give you more information about how we are using them now.
The registration link to the workshop with be posted here soon. Please encourage colleagues to subscribe to/join the blog.
Here’s the link to our news article https://cutt.ly/RkVBmvr
It includes a summary of the project aims and progress.
Please share with interested friends and colleagues. Encourage them to subscribe to this blog if they want the latest information about attending our workshop on 22nd April.
The link to book places for the DOTDeaf workshop will be posted on this blog at the beginning of March.
We will also email the link and put it on Twitter.
Once you have booked a place, more information will be sent to you about joining the workshop on Zoom.
Thank you everyone for your interest.
Are you a speech and language therapist (SLT) working with children who use BSL?
Are you a deaf language specialist (DLS) supporting deaf children to develop BSL?
Do you work with children who are struggling to develop BSL?
Would you like to know more about co-working with SLT and DLS colleagues?
The DOTDeaf project (Developing online training with deaf people) will host a free online event from City, University of London. We will tell you about the online course ‘Language Therapy in BSL’ which has six modules. The course is designed for SLTs and DLSs to learn together in written English and BSL.
The workshop is in English and BSL. The day will be facilitated by Joanna Hoskin, Ros Herman, Kate Rowley and Lenka Novakova.
Please share this post with interested colleagues.
We are excited about the title ‘Deaf Language Specialist’ or DLS. We hope Deaf people who support children to develop BSL skills can get more training, support and recognition for the important work they do.
It is good to know which parts of module 1 you find interesting. We hope having accessible information about language environments will support your discussions with Speech and Language Therapists.
Thanks for the feedback that module 1 is clear. It is good that you find the structure easy to follow.