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NRCPD-Registered Lipspeaker

Not all deaf and hard-of-hearing people use British Sign Language. Some prefer to lipread but are unable to follow a conversation if multiple people are talking or if a person is speaking fast, not maintaining eye contact, mumbling or has facial hair that covers their mouth.

  • A lipspeaker is a hearing person who is professionally trained to be easy to lipread. The lipspeaker repeats the message, accurately and silently, and reproduces the speaker’s rhythm, tone and flow. Facial expression and gesture are used to add meaning.
  • If requested, a lipspeaker can use fingerspelling to indicate the initial letters of words that are difficult to lipread. Voice can also be used if the lipreader has residual hearing. Lipspeakers are used at all events and occasions, including meetings, medical appointments, court hearings, weddings and funerals.

I qualified as a lipspeaker in 2019. I’m based in London and am willing to travel. I have level 2 BSL and I’m also DBS checked and NRCPD registered. If you want to book me to lipspeak, would like to learn more about what I do, or would like a lipspeaking demonstration, please contact me using the form below. 



If it's a lipreader you're looking for, Tim Reedy can assist. Tim is deaf and lipreads on a daily basis. He is an expert forensic lipreader for the police, the Football Association, newspapers, end-of-life patients and many more. He's the first person to have lipreading evidence admitted in an Australian court. Contact Tim on timreedy7_@hotmail.com or text him on 07801 823 380.