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Nettsiden du vil besøke er for øyeblikket ikke tilgjengelig.The NSPCC is launching a video version of its successful Underwear Rule guidance today to help keep deaf children safe from sexual abuse.Sign Video supports this campaign and provides the service which enables abuse to be reported by deaf BSL using children and adults alike.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 new seven minute film is being launched to coincide with Deaf Awareness Week (May 6-12) and has been produced by specialist production company Liverpool Street Productions and award-winning Deaf film-maker Bim Ajadi.
Research indicates deaf and disabled children are three times more vulnerable to abuse* and last year (2013/14) over 8000 people contacted the NSPCC Helpline about sexual abuse**.