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Hello!! My name is Lucy and I've recently started learning British Sign Language! I'm very excited to learn more, and meet new people:) I am a Student Occupational Therapist, so thought BSL would be useful to be able to communicate with patients with hearing impairments in the future :)) I would love to get to know some more people, and get involved in groups if there are any! Hope everyone is doing well :)

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