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I'm Louise and I have had an interest in sign language from a very young age. My mom has microtia so hearing difficulties was a natural way of life for me and then my daughter was born with unilateral deafness.  I decided to explore my interest in BSL for me to learn but also a skill to teach my children to help them communicate with others. 

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