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๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ–Few spaces left on our Level 1 and 2 sign language courses starting in just over a week's time so join us for an interactive online fun accredited learning.
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Still undecided about learning sign language, why not book a slot with us this Friday 18th September to find out more details #BSL #signlanguage @EastSussexCC @EastSussexCCG @RotherDC @LewesDC https://t.co/nE09u1Iyht WealdBSL photo

After seeing what was happening with Coronavirus...
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New British Sign Language Level 1, 2, 3, 6 courses to be announced next week - keep an eye on here and Twitter

#BSL @iBSL12 #signlanguage spending all day doing iBSL Level 1 assessments and wishing all our learners luck

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Our BSL Level 1 course is almost full! Don't leave it too late to join us, as we start next week! The course is a lot of fun and it's a great opportunity to meet new people.

We still have some spaces on our Level 2 course, for those that have achieved Level 1. The course starts next week, so contact us today!

Email us on info@wealdbsl.co.uk for more details ๐Ÿ™‚
Weald BSL
Weald BSL
๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ–Few spaces left on our Level 1 and 2 sign language courses starting in just over a week's time so join us for an interactive online fun accredited learning.
Email us on info@wealdbsl.co.uk for more details!๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ˜€
Weald BSL
Weald BSL
Food for thoughts by Sophie of WealdBSL...

Are you aware that deaf people are facing daily communication barriers with everyone wearing masks? With many deaf and hard of hearing people relying on lip reading, masks can cause additional anxiety whilst being out and about. Will I need to speak to anyone? Will anyone try to speak to me? How will we understand each other?

My shopping trip last week is a great example. I visited my local butcher and asked him to remove his mask so I could speak with him, but he couldnโ€™t understand what I was asking. I was aware that there was a lady watching me try to explain, which was making me even more uncomfortable - up until the point she stepped forward to support me. She was able to use basic sign language to assist us both. What a relief! Iโ€™m very independent, and donโ€™t like to rely on others to help me communicate, but this lady was so helpful and I was enormously grateful to her for her support.

Would you have been able to do the same thing? Why not take on a new challenge, and take the first steps to learning this beautiful language?

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