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we’re flexible — you choose the times you need us, and we’re there,
we’re adaptable — you get tailored support, molded to your situation,
we’re discreet — others never notice us at all (a bit like waiters in the best restaurants!).

We’re also highly professional — our team members are all trained, with many years’ experience in successfully supporting our clients all over the UK. So we’ve developed a level of expertise in our field.

Yet you won’t find us stuffy, boring and clinical. We’re friendly, approachable and fun to be around. Check out our testimonials to find out what our clients say about us — some of them have been with us for years!

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Ordrs

If you have certain disabilities then day to day activities can be pretty hard to do. Shopping, in particular, can be quite a challenge. Wheelchair accessibility can be poor, communication with shopkeepers can be limited for the Deaf, searching shelves a barrier to the blind. There are delivery services run by supermarkets that allow you […]

Posted in: Blog, Business, Interview,
Tags: appa, convenience, deaf, learning, shopping,
30
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Developing British Sign Language

BSL is living, growing and evolving better than it has ever done and the lives of Deaf Britons are more empowered than ever.

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Tags: astrophysics, British sign language, BSL, deaf, english, language, lexicon, science, sign language, vocabulary,
12
Sep
Love is for All

It’s said that the Eskimo language has a lot of words for “snow”. In some respect they do, words for snow on the ground, falling snow, drifting snow. When it comes to Love, in English we have that one word. The Greeks had many, 4 of which are; eros a sexual or romantic love, philia […]

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Tags: disability, language, learning,

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