My name is Bethany and I'm 14, I just thought I"d say hi and show you what I've learnt. My parents (mostly my mum) know sign (but hers seems to be slightly different to what I'm learning 🤔☹️) and my mum used to sign/interpret for their church (about 15 years ago) so introduced makaton to me before I was old enough to talk, I've always been interested in learning it properly and am now learning it for my skills section of bronze award for DofE. I'm also learning Braille (which has no
Hi my name is Beth. I am a second year undergraduate student completing the BSL level 1 course. I am thoroughly enjoying this course so far and am looking forward to learning more and completing more levels of BSL sign language.
I have thought about learning sign language at various times since I was a teenager - which feels like a very long time ago now - but I never quite got round to it...
Then I had a serious ear infection that resulted in permanent damage on one side. The tests I had to determine the level of damage also showed that I have noise induced hearing loss, and was missing some of the range that allows me to hear normal speech on both sides. Probably explains why people sometimes thought I was in a