SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION
OF SIGN LANGUAGE
INTERPRETERS

Creating Linguistic Access for Deaf and
Deafblind People:

A STRATEGY FOR
SCOTLAND

6. References


Brennan, M. (1999) 'Challenging Linguistic Exclusion in Deaf Education' in Deaf Worlds: Deaf People, Community and Society 15:1 pp 2-10

Brennan, M. and Brown, R. (1997) Equality Before the Law: Deaf People's Access to Justice. Durham: Deaf Studies Research Unit, University of Durham

Brien, D. (Ed) Dictionary of British Sign Language/English. London: Faber and Faber
British Deaf Association (2001) Sign Language Policy, London: BDA

CACDP (2001) Speech to Text Reporters Fact sheet 6 Durham: CACDP

UN (1989) The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, New York: UN

Davis, M., Ross, J., Sherwood, L. and Crawford, J. (2000) Are You Listening? A Report on Deaf Issues in Health Services, Glasgow: Priority Needs Team (Deaf Community), Health Promotion Dept, Greater Glasgow Health Board

Deafblind UK/Department of Health (2001) 'Think Dual Sensory: Good Practice Guidelines for Older People with a Dual Sensory Loss', London: Department of Health

Department of Health (2001) 'Social Care for Deafblind Children and Adults', Local Authority Consultation Circular (2001)8. London: Department of Health

Directorate of Human Rights (1998) 'European Convention on Human Rights', Strasbourg: Directorate of Human Rights (F-67075), Council of Europe

ITC (1999) 'ITC Guidelines on Standards for Sign Language on Digital, Terrestrial Television', London: ITC

Multi Agency Task Force (2001) 'Scottish Best Practice Standards for Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deafblind People', Consultation documents. Glasgow: RNID

NHSiS Management Executive (1999) 'The Disability Discrimination Act (1995): Equality for Disabled People in the NHSiS: Good Practice', Mel (1999) 67, Edinburgh: National Health Service in Scotland

NHSiS Management Executive (1998) 'Provisions of Guide Communicators for Deafblind People Attending Hospitals and GP Surgeries', Mel (1998) 4, Edinburgh: National Health Service in Scotland

Panel of Four (BAHOH, BDA, NDCS and RNID) (1992) 'Communication is Your Responsibility: The Commission of Enquiry into Human Aids to Communication', London: John Knight Publicity Ltd

RNID (2000) Deafness, Employment and Discrimination. London: RNID

RNID (2000) By Invitation Only. London: RNID

RNID (1999) Breaking the Sound Barrier. London: RNID


Ridgeway, S (1993) 'Abuse of Deaf Children: Some Factors to Consider' Child Abuse Review Vol 12

Scottish Association of Sign Language Interpreters (1997) Provision of Communication Support Services for Deaf, Deafblind and Hard of Hearing People - A Framework. Edinburgh: SASLI

Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum (1993) Shared Aims: The Education of Pupils with Severe and Profound Hearing-Impairment: A paper for Staff Development. Dundee: SCCC

Scottish Executive (2001) Millan Committee Review of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984 Edinburgh: The Stationery Office

Scottish Executive (2001) Changing for the Future: Social Work Services for the 21s t Century. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office

Scottish Executive (2000) Equality Strategy: Working together for Equality. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office

SOEID (1999) A Manual of Good Practice in Special Educational Needs. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office

Social Work Services Inspectorate (1998) Sensing Progress: Social Work Services for People with a Sensory Impairment. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office

Scottish Qualifications Authority (2000) Guidance on Special Assessment and Certification Arrangements for Candidates with Special Needs and Candidates for Whom English is an Additional Language. Glasgow: Scottish Qualifications Authority

Thoutenhoofd, E.D. (1997) ‘Vision Deaf: Vision as a Constitutive Element of Deaf Communities’ Deaf Worlds 13 (1)

UNESCO (1997) The Salamanca Statement and Framework for Action on Special Needs Education. Paris: UNESCO

UNICEF (1997) The State of the World's Children. UNICEF

UN (1993) The UN Standard Rules on the Equalisation of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities. New York: UN

Legislation
The Broadcasting Act: (1990) London: HMSO
The Children (Scotland) Act' (1995) Edinburgh: The Stationery Office
'The Disability Discrimination Act' (1995) London: HMSO
The Broadcasting Act: (1996) London: HMSO
The Special Education Needs Disability Act 2001 London HMSO
Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984

Further copies of this report can be obtained from:
Scottish Association of Sign Language Interpreters
Donaldson's College, West Coates, Edinburgh EH12 5JJ
Tel/Text: 0131 347 5601 Fax: 0131 347 5628
E-mail: mail@sasli.org.uk Internet: www.sasli.org.uk

Last updated 06.Mar.03

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