P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/10    R    1/11 RUBBERS(UFFERS (ARGET DEAF AWARENESS Safe sex agency Rubberstuffers has launcPed a@njw condom pack to promote Deaf awareness amongst gay mjn. TPe pack is a result of collaborative work between Rubberstuffers and the British Deaf Association and aims to improve communication around safe sex. Rubberstuffers has launched the pack in Londol initially and is distrUbuting it tProkgh venues across tPe capital. It is hoped that using the information in the pack, Deaf and hearing gay mjn can negotiate safe sex. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle@ Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 n)1 Tue p Zar %p:05/10    B   /* /$/*%/*% 2/11 NO(E-TAKER @GI.EN THE G AHEAD Deaf students should now be be able to gain better access to furt@er and higPer e——cation. The Secretary of State has approved the ACDP's Level 2 Vocational Skills ertificate in note-taking for Deaf people to be taught in colleges. T@e certAficate is now included in t@e hist of vocational qualifications under t@— FHE Act 1992. T@e course is a sc eEe of training and assessXent for t@ose wis@ing to work as note-takers with Deaf students. Comhunity Pages 650 EnvironHent 148 WPat'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 6 1 Tue 04 Mar 20:01/00      %/$/ /.! /* /$/* / % 3/11 DEAFBLIND MAN GETS NATIONAL RECOGNITION Peter S+ivington has been highly coEZ—nded in tPe 199m Whitbread Volunteer Action Awards. The award, for outstanding contribution to the community recognizes his work with tPe Deafblind comMunity in Wales. Peter helped start Llanelli Deafblind Club in 1994 and is now chairman. The club now has 40 members. Chairman of his local Hard of Hearing Club, Peter is also a director of Deafblind U . His future plans include opening a Deafblind hospice in Wales. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 &41 Tue 04 Mar 2p:06/09      %/$/ %/.! /*%/$/ %/ % 4/11 NEW PROJECT FOR DEAF PEOPLE IN BELFAST The Citizens Advice Bureau is aiming to improve access to its services for Deaf and HOH people in Belfast. A new project has been set up to ensure benefits, statutory and advice services are accessible and to evaluate which is t@e best way to deliver inforEation. It is hoped t@at this service will be operational from March 3, with an official launch taking place soon after Communication support is available on request. Ring 01232 628455 (m) for info ComMunity Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 & 1 Tue p Mar p:00/00    B   /$/*%/*% 4/11 The Citizens Advice Bureau is aiming to improve access to its services for Deaf and HO@ people in Belfast. A new project has been set up to ensure beneditc, statatory an— a—dice services are accessible and to evaluate w(ich is t@e best way to deliver inforEation. It is hoped t@at t@is service will be operational from March 3, with an Official lAunch tAkinF place soon after Communication support is available on request. Ring p1232 628455 (m) for info Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle@ Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 2p:07/12       5/11 A MESSAGE FROM GWYNEDD, WALES As of March 1, Gwynedd Deaf Children's Society will now be@called CZSWLLT Deaf Children's Society. This is due to the re-organisation of the local authorities, and will include Gwynedd (New), Ynys Mon and Conwy areas. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 20:02/00        6/11 LEW BSL SOFTWARE AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS "Fingers" is a brand new package by Handuage, "t@e fascinating way of giving a word by hands". It contains over 2,000 exercises for eingerspelling, right and left handed settings and three different speeds. Users only need one floppy disk for installation, using either Windows 3.1 or Windows 95. The program woul— be useful for BSL Stage 1 students in their private study and is available for £9.99 from "Handuage", p1926 493897 (minicom). Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/04        7/11 PUB UN ITTINGLYDEAFAWARE Deaf drinkers at t@e Camden Head pub in Angel, North London, were astonished to see several visual alert systems there. A Z—mb—r@of t@e bar@staff said he thought the red "flashing" fire alarms had been installed alongside t@e audio ones for legal reasons. Whatever tPe reason, it is certain that any deaf or hard of hearing visitors to the Camden Head will appreciate such a facility! Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 6)1 Tue 04 Mar 2p:09/08    R  JT  8/11 CALLING ALL DEAF TUTORS A Deaf student studying CACDP Stage III BSL requires information. If you can help with a Video Research Project entitled "Access to Training eor Deaf Tutors", do get in touch. Where did you attend your training course? What problems did you have with training and access? Can it be improved? All info@will be appreciated. Please send letters to: Mr T Osman, 6 Littlecombe, Charlton, London SE7 7HS. Minicom number: 0181 853 5984. CoUZunity Pages n5p@EnvironZent 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/10        9/11 WHAT ARE Y U D ING IN THE YEAR 2000? David Kettle is doing his Stage 3 BSL and needs inforMation to produce a video project on tPe Deaf Millennium. The year 2000 is soon with us. How do YOU want to celebrate? A monument? A party? A Deaf cultural centre? David would also like to hear from Deaf people who work with hearing people who are involved with Millenium projects. If you are deaf and want to help, please write to him at: 4 Flamborough Road, Ruislip Manor, Middlesex HA4 0DL. Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 20:14/02    R    10/11 SEARCHING THE WORLD FOR LOST CHILDREN In 1953, a company called Worldwide made a film, Thursday's Children, at the Royal School for Deaf Children in Margate, Kent. Worldwide is now interested in the possibility of making a follow up programme, so they are keen to get in touch with as many children as possible wPo took part in the original. They will be adults now, of course, in tPeir late forties or early fifties (they were aged between 4 and 7 years old in 1yk)). Continued >>> CoUZunity Pages 650 Environ]ent 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu
P641 CEEFAX 2 641 Tue 04 Mar 20:15/07        11/11 SEARCHING THE WORLD FOR LOST CHILDREN Worldwide Television are are keen to contact the following for a film: Dennis Prutton (maybe Poulton?), Joan Evans (now Linnell), Brian Wiggins, Robert FarquarParston, Alan McMillan, June Saxton (now Lush), Colin John and John Gooch. If your name is listed, or isn't but you appeared in Thursday's Children, please contact Mary Cranitch at: Worldwide International TV, 21-25 St Annes Court, London W1V 3AW. 0171 734 p619 (eax), or 0171 434 1121 (voice). Community Pages 650 Environment 148 What'sOn Subtitle Letters Main Menu