HOSPITAL PASSPORT
AND EMERGENCY CARD

HOSPITAL PASSPORT & EMERGENCY CARD

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Your DMCS Hospital Passport and Emergency card will help break down barriers to communication at your most vulnerable time. 
 

One of our members is sharing her experience using the DMCS Hospital Passport and Emergency Card watch as she encourages you to get one too.
Get yours here
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Become a member today

DMCS Membership gives you access to
DMCS advisors / support all year round,
but you must book an appointment.
Also you will be the first to know about DMCS events or activities.

 

 

Join our DMCS membership scheme to help us help you too.

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DMCS MEMBERSHIP

COVID-19 IN BSL

BSL video Information about the updated Covid-19 
and accessing health services.

We are updating the latest information and advice for
the Deaf community with the help of BSL Health Access. 

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WHAT IS AN EMERGENCY?
Here is an introduction to how Deaf people can access the Help 999 emergency services via SMS on your mobile.

Coronavirus cases are rising rapidly.
It is essential to follow the rules
during the national lockdown.

The NHS is still under pressure and 1 in 3 people
have no symptoms and can infect other people without knowing.

BSL COURSES

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Our Deaf BSL Teacher has years of experience providing BSL teaching to both adults and young people.
 
BSL courses range from Level 1 straight through to Level 6 NVQ.

DMCS also offers BSL courses for the under 18's, Professional Courses for your staff or organisation.   As well as 'Bring BSL to school' we have 1:1 Tutorials too.
 
For more information about BSL COURSES, click here

BSL COURSES

Welcome to DMCS courses
In September 2021 we start our new BSL courses.

Want to know more and discuss which one is best for you, then contact bsl.dmcs@gmail.com
 

DEAF SERVICES COMMUNITY

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DEAF NEWS

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This month we are celebrating Mehdi's success on becoming the 1st Deaf Patient Healthwatch Volunteer on behalf

of the Deaf community in Greenwich