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Contact us using BSL
If you're deaf or hard of hearing, you can use British Sign Language when contacting us. You'll need a webcam and SignVideo – it's available on PC, Mac, iOS (iPhone/iPad) and Android smartphone (4.2 or above).
Here's how it works:
- a BSL interpreter will appear on your screen – tell them that you want to contact the NSPCC
- they'll relay your concerns to one of our counsellors
- the counsellor will make an assessment and then have the interpreter relay back to you the information or advice you require
- this service is currently available Monday to Friday, from 9am to 6pm