Just as, with you, the deaf and dumb, if once allowed to gesticulate and to use the hand-alphabet, will never acquire the more difficult but far more valuable art of lipspeech and lip-reading
, so it is with us as regards "Seeing" and "Feeling".
ploy is not new to the Premiership champions.
Hannah Fargher, 50, from Maghull, is the administration manager in the employee benefits business unit at Swiss Life, Albert Dock, but she will never forget her first job - thanks to an infamous lip-reading
1 What's the name of the deaf, lip-reading
dog in Due South?
is not easy and being deaf actually makes it more difficult to lip-read, not easier.
Many hearing-impaired people have trained as lip-reading
These include enabling people to develop lip-reading
and other communication skills and helping those who use hearing aids to get greater benefit from them.
A weekly lip-reading
class at Reseda's Jewish Home for the Aging not only offers valuable knowledge but also provides a haven where students can discuss hearing issues with others who face the same challenges.
She continued: "I prepared a joint report with another woman lip-reading
expert in March this year, and I came to the conclusion that the tape had been altered in some way.
As a result of her astonishing work, lip-reading
is now admissable evidence in British courts following a ruling by a judge in a case in which Elinor was involved.
At certain noise levels, lip-reading
can increase word recognition performance from 10 to 60 percent correct," Ma says in a study report, published in the open access journal PLoS ONE.
The college already runs lip-reading
classes and, from September, is set to run a new range of courses for people interested in working with deaf people.