British sign language

Contact Scotland enables BSL users to access all of Scotland's public and voluntary sectors. All you need to do is register for the free app. 

Our online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course in British Sign Language (BSL) can help you improve and understand your anxiety.

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Our online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course in British Sign Language (BSL) can help you improve and understand your mood.

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Our online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course in British Sign Language (BSL) can help you improve your sleep.

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Our online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course in British Sign Language (BSL) can help you manage your irritability.

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On this webpage is a list of video resources of mental health information for the deaf community living in Greater Glasgow and Clyde area.

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Resources to help BSL users and deaf people to gain understanding of health and wellbeing.


 

DEEP RELAXATION

This exercise will guide you through steps for deep relaxation techniques.

FEELING STRESSED?

This exercise will guide you through steps for quick relaxation techniques.

Scotland’s first Mental Health glossary  to make treatment more accessible for Deaf patients

NHS GGC launched a unique video glossary of mental health signs for the Deaf community. 

Developed in response to issues raised by Deaf service users, the glossary consists of 45 video clips covering topics including such conditions as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Trauma and Schizophrenia. 

Deaf people are 40% more likely than the hearing population to suffer mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. 

“By making this dictionary accessible and explaining what the terms mean, we hope to make healthcare more easily understandable and accessible for our Deaf community.”