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    Welcome to our new website – Posted December 2012

    We invite you to look around.

    You can find out who we are and what we do. Different types of Notetaking are explained. We have information on membership of the Association and training courses. We also have links to other useful websites.

    If you are looking for a Notetaker the “Find a Notetaker” links go to our Register of Members which gives all the details you need.

    Our thanks go to the Big Lottery for funding this project.

    Communication Rights Guide (Action on Hearing Loss) – Posted December 2012

    Communication is a key part of day to day life, from work, to education, to seeing a solicitor; being able to communicate with those around you is vitally important and something that most people take for granted.

    Action on Hearing Loss is today launching the Communication Rights Guide. This guide gives informative, practical guidance to employers, trade organisations, qualifications bodies, and other service providers in the public, private and voluntary sectors. It gives advice and support about what rights people have to access communication and information under the Equality Act 2010.

    To find out more about why communication is so important read Susanne’s story here

    To go straight to the guide, visit our website here

    "Notetakers work in so many different places. Meeting rooms, lecture theatres, doctors' consulting rooms, recording studios, converted warehouses, Deaf centres, peoples' homes - these are just a few examples of where we work..."