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Hi, I'm Bex and I'm a paramedic from the West Midlands. I've wanted to learn sign language for years as I think it would be useful for my job.  I did some Makaton with my daughter when she was little and we really enjoyed that - in fact I still use it now if she's not paying attention during swimming lessons!!  I live just outside Stourbridge with my partner and our three kids.  We also have a dog, a cat and lots of chickens.  I've used lockdown as a chance to spend time developing new skills, including learning BSL, Spanish and how to ride a unicycle!


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