New Lip Reading classes in Sale: Get Involved!

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Last October, I blogged about the lack of lip reading classes locally

Well, there is some good news. The Trafford Hard of Hearing Group have begun a new session of in demand Lip-reading classes in Sale.

The Trafford Hard of Hearing Group’s primary function is to provide free lip-reading classes for people who have hearing loss. As the name suggests, they cater primarily for residents in the Trafford area, but do have members from further afield. The Group was formed when lip-reading classes  ceased to be subsidised because lip-reading was no longer deemed a “life skill”. It is now categorised a “recreational” skill.

The Trafford Hard of Hearing Group rely entirely upon grants from various sources to fund their activities. They engage the services of professionally qualified lip-reading tutor, Ron Rolph, and currently run two levels of courses (beginners and intermediate). These are held weekly in Sale, which is easily accessible by public transport. Details of the classes are as follows:

The Trafford Hard of Hearing Group

Beginners Classes – 1:00pm to 3pm

Intermediate Classes – 10:30am to 12:30pm

At Park House, 73 Northenden Road, Sale, M33 2DG

January 24th, 30th

February 14th, 21st

At St. Paul’s Church Hall, Springfield Road, Sale, M33 7YA

March 7th, 14th and 21st

April 11th, 18th and 25th

If you have any queries, please contact Tutor, Ron Rolph, via telephone: 0161 904 9986, or via email: ronrolph.thhg@yahoo.co.uk

3 responses to “New Lip Reading classes in Sale: Get Involved!

  1. Great news. However, Was there no demand or possiblity of a class in the evenings? Some hard of hearing people are in employment.

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