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Coffee Morning at Light House- 999 BSL APP
Charles Murphy from SignVdieo, who is part of the 999 BSL App project, came to visit us on the 7th of September to show us how to set up and use the app. Charles explained that the app can be downloaded on mobile phone devices and that you can use it to contact the: police, ambulance, fire, and coast guard services. 999 BSL is a service that connects you to British Sign Language interpreters remotely via the app or a web-based platform, who will then relay the conversation with the call handler and emergency authorities. You can have a look on Youtube to show you how to use the app.
Thank you Charles for coming to teach us how to use the 999 BSL app.
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