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  1. Hi everyone, My name is Kajsa and I am partially deaf but born into a hearing family. My 2-year old is more deaf than I am and needs to sign so we are busy learning BSL. See you around! X
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  2. I am coming out of university and as an inclusive dance artist/ teacher, I am trying to be as diverse as possible. I am also going into teaching in the next academic year in a school that is for children with hearing impairments and I think I will be able to have better communication, understanding and connections with the children if I can speak to them using sign language. Is there anyone on here that is a dance teacher for those with hearing impairments? I would love to connect and discuss how you teach/ what sort of exercises work best etc? as I am very new to teaching in this way and would appreciate any knowledge from those more experienced. (Not all of the children know a lot of sign language but a few do).
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  3. Faith Odi, thanks for sharing.
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