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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
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
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
Two of our experienced lipspeakers, Carol and Tony, were fortunate to be lipspeaking at the Magna Carta 800 celebration event at Runnymede on Monday 15 June. The event was attended by The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William, Princess Anne … Continue reading
http://terptree.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/what-does-lipspeaker-do.html 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.
THE LOWRY THROUGH YOUR EYES ‘ Lipspeaking provided by Beverley Roberts and BSL by Jennifer Little- guided tour taking place at the Lowry gallery, Salford this Friday 18th October. Later in the Lowry theatre there will be a performance of … Continue reading
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 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