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Hi I'm beth , I was born hard of hearing and got hearing aids at age of 11 I'm now nearly 30 years old and iv only 5 percent hearing left. I'm learning bsl for me and mainly my job. I'm a deaf and deafblind support worker and help others become more independent. Iv passed level bsl but very much struggling with level 2. Die to covid haven't signed in nearly a year and my job really needs me to pass level 2 quickly but I'm really struggling to point I'm forgetting it all ... I may of had covid a year ago before testing started and now I'm having problems with my memory which is not helping. I'm now on a time limit to get going with my bsl or unfortunately I'll lose my job. Would be gutted if I did as iv so tried my best. I been brought up in the hearing world and it's a struggle now .. trying to find some hard of hearing or deaf Freind's  fingers crossed 

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Hi Beth,

If you are looking for people to practice with there are at least two people meeting in the chatroom this Saturday at 11 o'clock. Always good to practice :)  Maybe see you there

 

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