LIPREADING AND DEAF AWARENESS

Welcome to In The Loop, the website of Sally Joyner.

What Can I Offer You

Hearing Loss Awareness Workshops

2 directions, for individuals and family groups - Communicating effectively and managing your hearing loss. For businesses with employees with hearing loss. These can be facilitated through Access to Work. Alternatively how you can make your business hearing loss friendly.

Mission

Working with people who have hearing loss to remain part of their community. Help working people remain in the career they love and continue to achieve their goal. Helping all of the community to communicate effectively with the large number of people with hearing loss in the world, through simple means.

Services

One to one lipreading classes. Workshops for businesses, family groups or groups of friends who want to communicate more effectively about hearing loss awareness. I also do guest speaking for community groups such as Women's Institutes and similar. I talk about your ear and how it works, also communication.

Vision

To make communication as simple and straight forward for everyone. I want to make sure everything is accessible and affordable for all, and everyone has access to the things they want to be involved in.

About Me

I am a member of ATLA (Association of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults) - professional body for lipreading teachers. I am fully insured. Proud sponsor of Young Enterprise Shropshire awards Proud sponsor of The Dyslexia Awards, Learning Support Award Proud winner of Dyslexia Information Day award 2018. Shortlisted nominee of Dyslexia awards 2016. 2017, 2018, and 2019.
I am currently the Vice chair of the Shropshire Deaf and Hard of Hearing Forum, I have been on the committee for 5 years and continue to support the deaf community through supporting the forum. I am a volunteer with Shropshire Rural Community Charity as a volunteer we are all trained by our local audiology department and supported by the charity. I visit people who are in need of support with their hearing loss, they may be new to wearing a hearing aid or getting used to new hearing aids. I also visit people who are unable to get to audiology clinics due to being housebound or being in residential care. I do this to give something back to the community and help those who cannot get to local services.

Learning support award at the Dyslexia awards in 2018.

I'm unique in that I am dyslexic, and without some support I wouldn't have achieved all that I have.





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