Support and Mentoring
Rexash provides support and mentoring for students who are learning British Sign Language or who wish to wish to develop BSL for future career or enjoyment.
Rexash has worked with the Deaf community locally, nationwide and international therefore is able to sign post for you to get involved with the Deaf world, and has already mentored trainee and qualified BSL interpreters past and present.
Contact Rexash for a free consultation (face to face) for the first 10 minutes. Charges will be from £25 per hour thereafter.
British Sign Language (BSL)
British Sign Language (BSL) is the first or preferred language of deaf people in the UK; there are 125,000 deaf adults in the UK who use BSL plus an estimated 20,000 children. The language makes use of space and involves movement of the hands, body, face and head. Many thousands of people who are not deaf also use BSL, as hearing relatives of deaf people, sign language interpreters or as a result of other contact with the British deaf community. Read More about BSL
Rexash can provide one to one personal support on BSL NVQ Level 6, which can be recorded on video as part of your collection of evidence. Support is charged on a time basis as agreed.
Contact Rexash for more details.
For more information on BSL courses, please see the list of providers on the right of this page, and our Links page.
Rexash Consultancy has considerable experience in the process of the Disability Living Allowance and Attendance Allowance Tribunals. During that time Rexash has represented Deaf people across the UK at Appeals Tribunals and has been successful in winning over £290,000 in appeals against original decisions.
Rexash can provide:
- Guidance and information about the process of the Appeals Tribunal: where to go, how to complete forms and ensuring that you have the right information from the start to the end of the process.
- Information in respect of the changes to DLA awards from 2013 to Personal Independence Payments (PIP).
- Talks to the Deaf community about the forthcoming changes to the DLA.
Please Note: Rexash has been a member of the panel at the Appeals for the past 6 years and is no longer able to represent Deaf / Hearing clients at the Tribunal itself.