Shop worker and sign-language expert Sarah Shelly-Burton is one of a growing number of peer-to-peer teachers who are helping USDAW's lifelong learning agenda by volunteering to teach and share skills with their colleagues. Sarah has been able to sign from a young age as both her parents are hearing impaired.
"I use to sit on the bed and my mum use to teach me as a child. I could sign before I could speak so I've been using sign as a first language all my life," she said.
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