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Welcome to Lanarkshire Deaf Club SCIO (LDC)

Lanarkshire Deaf Club is about local Deaf people running their own local facilities and activities.

 

Charitable Status

On 1st September 2018 Lanarkshire Deaf Club (SC36628) changed its charitable status and name to Lanarkshire Deaf Club SCIO (SC048560).

Our Services

BSL Scotland Act 2015

The BSL (Scotland) Act 2015 was passed in the Scottish Parliament on Thursday 17th September 2015 and received Royal Assent from the Queen on 22nd October 2015.

The BSL (Scotland) Act puts a duty on Scottish Ministers to promote the use and understanding of British Sign Language (BSL) and requires Scottish Ministers to prepare and publish BSL national plans. The first national plan must be published by October 2017.

After the first National Plan has been published in October 2017, other public bodies such as local councils, health boards and other public bodies, and universities and colleges – will have to publish their “authority” plans by October 2018. These plans should follow the lead taken by the Scottish Government on the National Plan and use a similar template.

What this means for you – this means that services will need to be accessible for BSL users within the community.

  • Lanarkshire Deaf Club provides British Sign Language Training for individuals, schools and businesses.
  • Please get in contact for further information on the training courses we provide.

Drop In Service

  • To offer communication support with letters, phonecalls etc.  Service will be running from our office Monday – Friday.  Our communication support worker is qualified to Professional Development Award (SCQF 8) in British Sign Language and has qualifications in using Deafblind Manual.  She also has experience of using hands-on signing.

 

Deaf Social Club

  • Meet at Daisy Park Community Center
  • Saturday 7pm – 11pm
  • Hearing and Deaf children are welcome
  • Cafe
  • Bingo
  • Fun and Games
  • Children’s Activities
  • Lots of Laughs and Chat
  • Deaf, Deafblind and other Disabilities are welcome

 

 

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Children and Young People

  • Our service for deaf children and young people aim to give them the best possible start in life.
  • We offer a range of support, including social skills and preparation for employment.
  • Family Group – Playgroup for families with deaf members – Every Friday 10am-1pm
  • Our Youth club runs on a regular basis and provides lots of fun activities you children age 8-17 years old

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Youth Group

  • Social Skills Training
  • Activities – pool table, darts, football and  bingo
  • Recreation, Leisure, and Sporting Activities
  • Football Training
  • Befriending, Fun Games
  • School Leaver Courses

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    Community Development

  • Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire (VANL)
  • North Lanarkshire Disability Forum
  • North Lanarkshire Deaf Forum
  • SCVO

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Training

  • British Sign Language
  • Improving Communication with Deaf People & Volunteering
  • Deaf Awareness Training

Approved Centre: 3023443

  • British Sign Language (SCQF 4)

Gala Christmas Party

Gala Christmas Party is on Saturday 15th December , 5pm till 1am.  No children allow and MEMBERS ONLY. Its held at Lanarkshire Deaf Club at 105 Roman Road, Motherwell. Ml1 1EA

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Children Christmas Party

Children Christmas Party (0-12yrs) is on Saturday 8th December , 1pm till 5pm.  Ticket cost £3 – MEMBERS ONLY.

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Youth Christmas Party

Youth Club (7-18 years) will have a Christmas party on Friday 7th December – 7pm till 10pm. Ticket cost £2 and can pay at the door.

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Youth Club – October 5th 2018

Next Youth Club 8-18 yrs old on Friday 5th October – 7pm – 10pm and its £1 per child.

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Children’s Halloween Party

Welcome anyone with children to come along to the Halloween Party 3-6pm on Saturday 27th October.

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YOUTH RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND TRIP TO BLAIRVADACH * NOTICE FOR PARENTS*DEPOSIT £20 THIS MONTH AND £20 IN MARCH. *Please let me know if your child like to go (member only) to book a place. Have forms ready as well need £20 deposit to secure a place. Also a meeting on Friday 8th March at 6pm to discuss about the trips, any questions to ask etc - all parents must be there. Mail Rachael Griffiths if any question or secure a place for your child. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fife Council♻️♻️ Some small changes are coming to your household recycling service to make it simpler to recycle. Cartons - such as juice, milk and soup cartons – will now go into your green recycling bin, rather than your grey bin. Some plastics that are very difficult to recycle, including carrier bags, cellophane, plastic film and wrappers will now go into your blue bin.To help with the changes to the materials accepted in recycling bins, a new recycling guide will be coming through doors in early Feb. The guide will also help Fifers make best use of recycling facilities www.fifedirect.org.uk/recyclingFind out more about this important effort to look after our environment! Drop-in sessions are being run to offer support around the changes. 14th Jan, 9am-1pm, Michael Woods Leisure Centre, Glenrothes 15th Jan, 1pm – 4pm, Kingsgate Shopping Centre, Dunfermline 16th Jan, 4pm-7pm, Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre, Cowdenbeath 18th Jan, 9am-1pm, Kingdom Centre, Glenrothes 21st Jan, 10am-1pm, East Sands leisure Centre, St Andrews 22nd Jan, 1pm-4pm, Tesco Duloch, Dunfermline 23rd Jan, 2pm-5pm, Leven Library & Customer Service Centre, Leven 24th Jan, 9am-12pm, Lidl, Cupar 25th Jan, 1pm–4pm, Morrisons, St Andrews 29th Jan,1pm-4pm, Mercat Shopping Centre, KirkcaldyThese changes are coming after we signed Scotland’s Household Recycling Charter, which aims make recycling services more consistent and increase the quality of recycling collected. We know that change can sometimes be challenging, but small changes to how you recycle can make a huge difference, so please remember that ‘A little effort goes a long way’.♻️♻️ ... See MoreSee Less

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