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Hi everyone, I have started learning to sign BSL online, i works shifts so attending a class was just not going to work.  I am at the stage now where i could really do with practice with someone. If you have the time and patience to help me please get in touch. 

I work for the ambulance service and tend to work four twelve hours shifts in a row then have for days off. 

I want to lean BSL so  that i can understand patients  who can not hear or  who sign instead of talking. At the moment I have to write everything down i want to say and it feels very impersonal and frustrating. 

I live in Devon, and in my free time i like top cycle, paddleboard and walk my two dogs 

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