Written or spoken English is not the way everyone communicates.
Here is the second of four posts in the series on alternative formats.
When signing doesn’t fit the bill, there’s another way of ensuring clearer communication if you are hearing impaired.
Charlie Swinbourne, a deaf script writer, on the BBC’s archived website “Ouch!” describes his experience of discovering the benefits of a palantypist. Don’t forget to read the comments of other deaf people at the bottom of the article.
To obtain a copy of this article in an alternative format or language:
Please write to :
Equality and Diversity Team
North Somerset Council
Post Point 16
Weston-super-Mare BS23 1EJ
Telephone: 01934 634989