Deaf News: RAD launches BSL post-it note to help get hearing people signing

Posted on December 12, 2014



Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD), a supporter of this site, is delighted to announce it is working with the UK company FlashSticks® to help engage the hearing world further with BSL.

RAD is encouraging people to help ‘spread a little BSL love’ by purchasing a pack of BSL Post-it® Notes for friends, family or colleagues. The notes are a new, fun and effective interactive teaching aid for many environments such as the home, schools, workplace, care homes, and so on.

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Simply scan the post-it note with your phone and watch it come to life and play a video showing the word on the note being signed in British Sign Language! (comes with free APP).

RAD is pleased to be able to offer a 10% discount, simply click through to the FlashSticks® website using the link below and type in the discount code: RAD10 (RAD will receive 10% donation of overall purchases.) Packs include 100 unique BSL words to learn and cost £4.99 each.

http://bit.ly/RADflashsticks

Don’t forget to upload your videos and photos of you using your notes to the RAD Facebook and Twitter pages!

For further information on RAD please email info@royaldeaf.org.uk or visit www.royaldeaf.org.uk

For further information on FlashSticks® email info@flashsticks.com or visit the website www.flashsticks.com

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