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Accessible Information Standard

From the 31st July 2016, all NHS England and adult social care services must follow a new set of rules called the Accessible Information Standard. The Standard tells health professionals what they MUST do to improve communication and accessibility for … Continue reading

Deaf Day 2016

The 20th City Lit Deaf Day took place on Saturday 9 July at City Lit. It was a fantastic day enjoyed by all, and a number of our lip speakers were there on the day. Exhibitions, workshops and entertainment were … Continue reading

ALS AGM & Winter Workshop 2015

On Saturday 7th November, our members attended our Winter Workshop and AGM. The day began with guest speaker Dan Sumners from Signature, who gave a comprehensive presentation regarding the NRCPD complaints procedure, in addition to answering questions put to Dan in a ‘Q and … Continue reading

Sara Scanlon, Lipspeaker blog.   Read about Sara, NRCPD registered level 3 lipspeaker talking about her work.


Just over a week to go until we celebrate 20 years of the ALS along with our workshop-working with the Muslim community. Information, cake and fizz! Hope to see you all there.

Association of Lipspeakers 2013 AGM and Conference

  10 am – 4 pm Saturday 2nd November 2013 Jurys Inn Birmingham         10.00 am           Arrival and Registration                               Drinks are available from Jurys at £3 each       10.30 am            Welcome and Introduction by ALS                               … Continue reading

Why I Use Lipspeakers by Jane Cordell

Why do I choose lipspeakers at work? Deaf since early adulthood, I have been using lipspeakers at work for over a decade. Lipspeaking has changed my life and supported me in a career which I would never had thought possible … Continue reading

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