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hi everyone, my names Adrian, currently studying level 3 bsl in northern Ireland, I have a profoundly deaf little boy, five years old with cochlear implants, and have been learning bsl from the day we found out he was deaf, he loves signing and is just the best little dude I know, anyway just to say hi all!

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