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The Buzz uses subtitled videos, BSL and plain English to make the site accessible for deaf children and young people.The site is closely moderated and we have a clear safety policy to help deaf children and young people to keep themselves safe.
The successful campaign is designed to allow parents to start easy conversations with their children without having to mention scary words like sex or abuse.Because of this, the new film, which is in British Sign Language and includes subtitles, aims to teach deaf children about the Underwear Rule and encourages them to share secrets that upset them with a trusted adult.The video’s script was written by renowned deaf journalist and scriptwriter Charlie Swinbourne and the film features two scenarios; The first is of a boy aged 10 who is taught the Underwear Rule by his mum.Deaf young people can also develop their own stories on the Buzz and find out how to get involved in our new initiatives and campaigns.
They can also access a range of information and advice on topics such as deaf identity, work experience, bullying, leaving school and sexual health.
GLAD-EDD staff provide training, resume feedback, mock interviews and provide interpreters for interviews.