Watch our information in British Sign Language
We have produced some video clips in British Sign Language (BSL)
which are available to watch and download.
This video provides information about adult abuse and what you can
do if you are worried that a vulnerable adult may be at risk.
The case study of Amanda, a woman using the support of the
Council's Deaf Services to improve her self-confidence and achieve
more in life.
Information about the help we provide for people living with HIV
and for their partners, friends, families and children.
Scheme - Information for carers
Information about the Adult Placement Scheme specifically for
Information about the enablement service.
Social Services - What we do
This video provides further details about Kent Adult
Social Services' responsibility to assist people who
need short or long term support.
Information about the Kent Adult
Information about the personal budgets service.
Information about the support planning service.
services at the Thanet Gateway
Information in British Sign Language about the deaf services
available at the Thanet Gateway.
This film shows the many ways in which the Council offers funding
and support to deaf children and their parents.
The Deaf Services Equipment Officer visits Eva to show her some of
the gadgets she could have to help her at home.
Deaf Services -
Supporting people at home
This video shows how Kent
County Council help deaf people cope with the stress of paying
bills, leaving them to be as independent as possible.
Deaf services -
Who we are
Information in British Sign Language about who
we are at Sensory Services.
Deaf services -
What we do
Information in British Sign
Language about what we do at Sensory Services.
A video in British Sign Language about the interpreting services
offered by Kent County Council.
in Sensory Services
A video in British Sign Language about how to get involved in
for the Blind
A video about Kent Association for the Blind (KAB), who
provide a support service that enables blind and sight impaired
people to live independent lives.
Information in British Sign Language about the deaf services on
offer from Kent County Council's Sensory Services.
police, fire or ambulance services by text
tells us how deaf people can contact Kent's Emergency Services from
their mobile phones by texting 60066.