Presenter – Dr Jules Dickinson RSLI/FASLI – More information very soon. Please register your interest via email@example.com
11th, May, 2019 Spring Workshop – ‘ Behind Closed Doors’ Lipspeaking in Prisons – To be delivered by Julia Anderson RSLI – A list of interested people is currently being compiled. Please contact the ALS if you would like to be included. All lipspeaking trainees are welcome.
The NRCPD Practioners’ Forum will be meeting as a group in York on the 28th March 2019. Your views are important and matter very much to the ALS. We are therefor delighted to inform you that the ALS will be … Continue reading
The DWP has said that the ATW budget will now be raised to 2 x the National average salary. This means that from 1st April 2018 the cap (maximum award) to ATW budgets will be increased from £43,100 to £57,200. … Continue reading
Dear registrant or trainee We have received a number of queries from registered practitioners about the DBS enhanced disclosure , which NRCPD currently requires for registration. We are being advised that the DBSis now refusing to provide enhanced disclosure to … Continue reading
Tributes to our lipspeaker colleague Diana Leigh Barimore – 21st September 1950 ~ 31st August 2017 –
On Sunday, July 30th 2017, Diana was out walking with her beloved dachshund, Bertie, on New Kings Road of Parson Green, London. It was the weekend of Ride London, a popular and largest annual cycling event. She was involved in … Continue reading
Tributes have been paid today to a “gracious and devoted” interpreter for the deaf who died in hospital a month after being hit by a competitor in the RideLondon cycling event. Diana Barimore, 67, is said to have been taking … Continue reading
Dear Colleagues and Friends On the 30th July, when taking her dog Bertie to her local park for his usual walk. Di was somehow in collision with a cyclist participating in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 2017 event. This crash left … Continue reading
Well wishes from the ALS to our dear friend and colleague Diana, who has been involved in a terrible accident.
Our friend and colleague, Diana Barimore met with a dreadful accident last Sunday morning, 30th July, when taking her dog Bertie to her local park for his usual walk. Di was somehow in collision with a cyclist participating in the … Continue reading
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From the 31st July 2016, all NHS England and adult social care services must follow a new set of rules called the Accessible Information Standard. The Standard tells health professionals what they MUST do to improve communication and accessibility for … Continue reading