Testimonials

Sanya Saleem –

“I found this course to be extremely easy. I thought that I would be the only one who would not understand BSL, but Kirsty was so nice that I picked everything up right away! She made all the information accessible and easy to understand. She is such a good teacher, thank you Kirsty!”

Tina Lloyd – 

“We have been taking part in family sessions learning British Sign Language. Kirsty visited us at home on a regular basis, she was professional whilst also being very friendly and approachable. We have learned a lot of individual signs, which Kirsty very kindly allowed us to record, to help us remember everything. Our two-year-old daughter, who is hard of hearing, enjoyed interacting with Kirsty and her interpreter. As a family, we all feel very fortunate to have had Kirsty’s help with learning basic signs. Thank you, Kirsty, it has been a pleasure having you in our home and I hope to continue learning BSL in the future. We will miss you!”

 

Bite-sized Deaf Awareness Training with Bob (21st July 2020)

"After the training I have a better understanding and now I feel I can do more, especially towards engagement" Harj of Welltraining

"Really easy to join and the trainer was very friendly and accommodating. I was made to feel very welcome and Bob kept ensuring I was still able to take part.  The training itself was great, really easy friendly format and very interesting.  I would love to learn more as it has pushed me to think a little differently when working with clients. Thank you so much" E.M Access2Business 

"I thoroughly enjoyed the session yesterday, it was enjoyable and very informative. The training was excellent, giving a great insight into deaf awareness.  It has given me more confidence in dealing with a potential participant who has hearing difficulties" Mandy of Manor Farm

Deaf Hub

What can we help you with?

As part of the Zebra Access' Reaching Communities 'Deaf Hub' project, with the support of the Big Lottery Fund, Advocacy drop-in Centres for deaf and hard of hearing people are now up and running to assist with a range of queries, complaints, form filling, and many more.

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