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Length: 2.25 mins
Date: 28 Feb 2005
Subject: Deafness

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Title: Lip-reading
Sheila Clifford from Plymouth is severely deaf and relies on lip-reading to communicate with people. However Sheila - who is a teacher of lip-reading- says her life has been revolutionised by modern technology such as text messages and emails.

We have transcribed this film, so that deaf people can read what Sheila says: Lipreading - transcribed >>>

Listen to Sheila's interview on BBC Radio Devon after her Video Nation appearance.

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Kevin - we have now transcribed Sheila's film, so that people unable to hear it can read what she says. The transcribed page is linked from Sheila's main page.

Kevin Paul Freeman
GOOD VIDEO BUT NEED SUBTITLES BECAUSE I AM DEAF!! THANK YOU

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more of this please

 



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