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Deaf Roots and Pride Project
Deaf Roots and Pride Project is funded by the National Lottery and provides peer mentoring to deaf children and young people aged 8 to 20 years who are transitioning from primary to secondary school or from secondary school to adulthood. It matches young people with adult deaf mentors who can act as positive role models, helping children and young people to develop skills and confidence.
Deaf Roots and Pride Transitions Scotland has a new webpage on the British Deaf Association website. All of its BSL videos and resources since the start of the project in 2016 have been categorised and now available, so it will be easy for young people, parents and professionals to access the information they need to support transitions.
For more information, please visit the following website: https://bda.org.uk/drpscotland, or view the attached documents. This information is provided by the H&SC North Lanarkshire Council Transition team.