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YouTube can display subtitles — also known as closed captions — on videos uploaded to the platform to provide helpful written text alongside the audio.

Subtitles on your PC

  • Click the CC icon (next to the gear icon) at the bottom of a YouTube video. A red line will appear under the icon when closed captions have been enabled.
  • You can also adjust caption settings by clicking the gear icon. If subtitles are available for a video, a choice of generated captions and other formats will be available here.

Subtitles on your mobile

  • Tap the three-dot menu in the upper right corner
  • Tap the CC icon, or Captions, in the menu
  • Select the type of captioning you prefer



Your Health Matters

‘Your Health Matters Talks’ feature our expert healthcare professionals explaining the work that they do for SCAS. They are your opportunity to learn about the issues that matter to you and your community.

More videos can be found on the ‘Your Health Matters’ page on our main website here

World Restart a Heart

For World Restart a Heart day on 16th October SCAS have gone live on Facebook in 2020 and 2021.

We’ve had CPR demonstrations, a quiz and special appearance from 999 Ted! Watch all the videos here:


SCAS Videos

Watch our videos here for information and on what do in an emergency

Mental Health

Watch videos here for tips and information on looking after your mental health

Road Safety Videos

Watch videos here on keeping safe on the roads

Water Safety

Watch our videos for advice on keeping safe near rivers, harbours, lakes and open water

Young Carers

Watch videos here for information and advice for young carers

SCAS Recruitment

Thinking about applying for a role with us one day? Have a look at our videos here for top interview tips and advice! For further information and entry requirements for any of our roles please visit our SCAS Jobs website here

The content on this page comes from various sources and is intended to be helpful to the general public. We recommend that you see your local healthcare professional if you have any concerns over your personal health or wellbeing. We can’t accept any medical responsibility for the information displayed.