Coronalinje in sign language: A good scheme

Now open a coronalinje for the deaf in british sign language. It is done in a cooperation between the Danish Deaf Association, the CFD, the Red Cross and the

Coronalinje in sign language: A good scheme

Now open a coronalinje for the deaf in british sign language. It is done in a cooperation between the Danish Deaf Association, the CFD, the Red Cross and the

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
19 mart 2020 Thursday 16:00
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Coronalinje in sign language: A good scheme

Now open a coronalinje for the deaf in british sign language.

It is done in a cooperation between the Danish Deaf Association, the CFD, the Red Cross and the national Police.

- It is a good system. As far as I can see, there are no official videos on the corona, which is communicated in sign language, says Mette Bertelsen.

As a deaf person, she is glad the new coronalinje, where, by means of video calls can get answers, if you are in doubt about the guidelines from the authorities or have any other general questions.

- But why can't we just go check on the authorities ' official pages and from there access the same updated information in sign language? she asks.

Deaf people are no worse off. After all, they have the subjects as belonging to have. So it is the background that we chose to create this coronalinje for the deaf, says Katrine

Although it is a government obligation, experiencing the DDL that there is a great variety of information that is not being translated into sign language.

- we can't wait on, says Katrine Eskelund.

- It is the case that the written English of the deaf language, so it is not as easy for many deaf people to understand. It is important that deaf people get the exact same information as hearing people get.

Coronalinjen in sign language

Are you deaf, and if you are in doubt about how to deal with corona virus?

please contact coronalinjen:

On Facebook: 'Coronalinjen in sign language' or whereby.com/coronalinjePå Skype: ddl.corona@hotmail.com

Åbningtider:

Monday to Friday: 09.00-15.00 + 19.00-21.00

Saturday and Sunday: 12.00 to 14.00

Updated: 19.03.2020 16:00
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