on 26-09-2018 10:25
Sign language is such a fantastic tool for those how are deaf or hard of hearing. I've never had a reason to pick it up but it's always impressive to see a conversation happening even if I have no clue whats been said!
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on 01-01-2019 08:03
We sign to popular Christmas Songs. Visiting special needs groups, hospice, and collecting for our charity at shopping outlets.……. Very moving
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on 02-01-2019 23:52
I would love to know a bit signlanguage... As this people can't anything for their situation... Others can learn our language and talk to us (paramedics)... So it's the only language I would like to learn to understand patients..
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on 09-01-2019 19:47
I would love to know a bit signlanguage... As this people can't anything for their situation... Others can learn our language and talk to us (paramedics)... So it's the only language I would like to learn to understand patients.. Try youtube , ask for UK sign language..
In East Sussex there are some classes. But I wish i knew how people could learn some useful signs. For paramedics that would be sooooo useful. A deaf patient must be so scared in an ambulance hospital situation.
There are people called ''speech readers'' who can be called in to assist in emergencies and in hospitals