Our easy read booklets use simple words and pictures. They can be useful for people who use BSL. See the full range of easy read titles and download a PDF or order a printed booklet.
Using the Macmillan Support Line with BSL
Making a call with a BSL interpreter
If you use British Sign Language, you can ask for a call using a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter. You can do this by emailing us or chatting with us online. Or you can have a hearing family member or friend call the Support Line to organise this for you. We will not share any personal details without your consent.
Sometimes it can take up to 3 working days to arrange a call. This is because we need to find a BSL interpreter and a time that suits you both for the call. You will need to have a laptop or PC or smartphone, a good internet connection and a webcam. You can ask for a video recording of the call if this will be helpful.
You can make text relay calls by dialling 18001 followed by 0808 808 00 00. You can download the Relay UK app from Google Play or the App Store.