Nina Brown is a student at University of Leeds and this is her second year as a sign2sing ambassador. "I got involved with SignHealth and sign2sing through the Leeds university sign language society. We wanted to start putting the sign language we'd learnt to use, and get out into the local community. Doing sign2sing has provided us with a really positive structure for doing this, and provided our members with reliable resources enabling us to go and share the joys of sign language with confidence".
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This week we will be introducing some of our sign2sing ambassadors, who will be visiting schools across the UK during sign2sing week. First up - Tony!
Recently retired after 39 years in business, Tony has spent the last 26 years in broadcasting, distributing a variety of TV channels across Europe, North America, the Middle East and Africa.
"As a life-long music and sports fan, the gift of hearing is especially important to me, so I hope I can use some of the skills acquired in my career to contribute in some small way to helping make music and sports more accessible to people with hearing difficulties". ... See MoreSee Less