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Hello!

I am a 72-year-old grandma of 4, my youngest granddaughter was born with a severe hearing loss. She manages very well with lipreading, but since she has started school last year has really been struggling. I thought if I learnt British sign language it might help me to support her, as well as being a useful skill. I have since found out she only knows a few words and letters, as do her parents! So I am looking for a little bit of practice with others, as I have to think hard before I sign anything!

I will now attempt to post a video of greeting and would love it if someone would reply!

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