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Always been fascinated by anyone who can sign and now it may be needed


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My name is Aisha. I have always been fascinated by anyone who can sign and always wanted to learn. I was diagnosed with tinnitus and some hearing loss around 6/7 years ago and was fitted with hearing aids. I tried to pick up BSL with youtube videos but they just teach words. There is no structure to their videos. Signed up straight away when I found this course. It will also help in the future too as I am starting uni in September to be a teacher.

Nice to meet everyone and can’t wait to start practicing with you.

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