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Ways of communicating

Action on Hearing Loss sponsored Lipreading Class at City Lit College, London.

Are you having trouble communicating with friends or family? Are you finding it increasingly difficult to communicate in a noisy workplace?

If you are deaf or have a hearing loss we can help you communicate better with hearing people through some simple communication tips. If you are hearing, we can provide some simple and effective tips on how to communicate effetively with those who are deaf or have a hearing loss.

Find out more about British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters and other forms of communication support as well as how you can help to improve communication in the workplace.

Are you an employer? We offer Work Based Assessments and Deaf Awareness Training to ensure your employer or business meets its obligations under the Equality Act 2010.

A man and woman communicating in British Sign Language (BSL) in a cafe.

Communication tips

Do you sometimes find communication frustrating or stressful? There are a number of simple things you can do to help make life easier.
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British Sign Language (BSL) intepreter at the Action on Hearing Loss Centenary Conference in 2011.

Communicating in the workplace

Are you finding it difficult to communicate in your workplace? Whether you are an individual or an employer, there's a lot you can do to help improve communication.
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British Sign Language interpreter.

British Sign Language (BSL)

Find out about the facts and figures behind British Sign Language and how to book a sign language interpreter.
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Action on Hearing Loss sponsored Lipreading Class at City Lit College, London.

Other forms of communication

There are many ways of communicating with people who are deaf, deafblind or have a hearing loss. Find out how to communicate and how you can book communication support.
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