I first became involved with working with deaf people after a career change in 1999. I passed my BSL level 1 & 2, and became interested in developing my lipspeaking skills. I passed the ‘old’ level two in 2006, and was a member of the Class of 2011, qualifying as a level three lipspeaker early in 2012.
I now work freelance as a lipspeaker.
Can offer sign supported Lipspeaking
Willing to travel to all areas
NRCPD registered Level 3 BSL
Can offer sign supported lipspeaking
Available evenings and weekends, with notice possibly available midweek.
BSL level 3
OCN Level 3 Electronic Notetaker
15 Years experience in education setting
Happy to travel for assignments
Dilys grew up with a deaf brother and started to learn sign language in 1991. In 2001 she qualified as a level 3 lipspeaker.
She has previously been chair of the association of lipspeakers for 4 year and was also chair of the local Deaf Childrens Society for a numbers of years.
Dilys has been a tutor on the last two lipspeaker training courses and is a trained examiner and assessor of lipspeakers.
Can offer sign supported lipspeaking.