Civil legal problems include things such as divorce, buying a house, and disputes about money or goods.
The purpose of this survey is to improve understanding of the types of problems deaf people face when they look for help with a legal problem.
This work is part of their duty to monitor access to legal services.
Part of their week long activities was an exhibition of photographs taken by one of their staff Ian Middleton.
Ian's work, which we were fortunate enough to be invited along to see, was displayed for sale in the staff restaurant and we were blown away by his amazing talent! You too can view and purchase these photographs by logging onto:- As before all profits will go to our charity.
On behalf of everyone at WSDCS, particularly the children and their families, we would like to thank, Linda, Ian and all of the staff at the Clydesdale Bank for their fantastic fundraising efforts and continued support of the Society.
There will also be a variety of stalls in the park including:- Crafty Goodness; Tin Tin Treasures; Claire Cut Gemmell Hair Accessories; Catrina's Gifts; Kelly's Sparkle Box; Flava Shaka; Buttercup Dreams; Made for You.
This will be followed by an event at Cumnock Juniors Social Club from 4pm to Late, where there will be Live Music from Sunset Lane & Los Peros; The Wee Yins Karaoke Disco & Great Raffle prizes to be won!!
Tickets £3 available from Emma's, Gililands and Lynn Robson or contact the office for more information. Please go along and support Lynn and her family to whom we offer our sincere thanks for oganising this great day of fun activities in aid of our Society.
Linda Mooney and her colleagues at the Clydesdale Bank have once again, very kindly, held fundraising activities in support of WSDCS which resulted in them making a fantastic donation totalling £1820.05.
We offer help and support for families with deaf children in the West of Scotland.
We can help you cope with initial diagnosis, help you understand terminology and the professionals you will deal with e.g. We can help you understand what level of support your child is entitled to in Education whether that be nursery, primary, secondary or further education - main stream schooling or specialist hearing impairment units.