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      Young deaf people living in Scotland’s central belt urged to attend our money management course

      Deaf or hard of hearing people aged 16-25 from Scotland’s central belt are being given the chance to develop their money management skills at our upcoming event.

      Action on Hearing Loss Scotland’s specialist Moving On service is holding a session which aims to enhance young deaf people’s skills to control their personal finances.


      A Welfare Rights Officer from the charity will also help the young people to discover benefits which may be available to them.


      The event will take place in Glasgow city centre between 1.30pm and 4.30pm on Wednesday 14th March 2018. Communication support will be available and reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed.


      Action on Hearing Loss Scotland’s Sallie Tomaszewski said: “We look forward to welcoming young deaf people from Scotland’s central belt to our money management course where they can build their confidence in handling finances and setting their weekly or monthly budgets.


      “Taking control of their own finances can be a daunting prospect for many young people and this course will enable the participants to ask questions about money matters in a relaxed and friendly environment.”


      For information about the course, go to the BSL version  here:

      or telephone/text: 07388 227407, email: or via the contactSCOTLAND-BSL video relay service.




      Media contact:


      Eileen Clarkson on telephone: 0141 341 5340 or email: