News & Events
News & Events
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...
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 a collision with a competitor and...
13th May 2017 – RNIB, London … Was a great success. Thank you to all who gave of their free time to man the stand.
Lots of visits to the Lipspeaking Information Table at the ATLA (Association of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults) conference. Many were intrigued as to how professionally trained lipspeakers worked with deaf users of English to access information in a variety of...
YOUR committee are interested in YOUR views. So don't forget to complete the first ever ALS Survey Monkey questionnaire that is now in your inbox !
A gentle reminder that membership for 2017 is now due. Membership runs one full year from the 1st January to 31st December. Full membership still remains at £40 per year! Many thanks in advance for your kind support of the Association of Lipspeakers.
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 people with a...
Sara Scanlon’s funeral will be held at 12.30pm on Saturday 16th July at St James RC Church, Forbury Road, Reading, RG1 3FD. Please find the funeral order of service for those who can’t attend. Please see below for a map and directions from Reading Station. Parking is...
http://terptree.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/what-does-lipspeaker-do.html Read about Sara, NRCPD registered level 3 lipspeaker talking about her work.
Why do I choose lipspeakers at work? Deaf since early adulthood, I have been using lipspeakers at work for over a decade. Lipspeaking has changed my life and supported me in a career which I would never had thought possible when I first became deaf. I choose to use a...
The Association Of Lipspeakers are very pleased to announce our new and wonderful Ambassadors: Jane Cordell, Suzie Jones, Sarah Ellis. More information to follow, watch this space!
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