Lip-Reading

Cambridgeshire Hearing Help Lip-Reading Classes have now resumed April 2022.

Do you have difficulties hearing? Do you have problems hearing against background noise? Many social gatherings are noisy and so make hearing difficult. Lip-reading is a way of understanding speech by visually interpreting the movements of the lips, face and tongue, and will help your hear better in challenging listening situations.

Our FREE and friendly lip-reading classes run weekly during term-time on Mondays, 10.30am to 11.30am and Thursdays 2pm to 3pm at St Andrew’s Baptist Church, 43 St Andrews Street, Cambridge, CB2 3AR. You can join any time in the term – BOOKING REQUIRED.

For enquiries/to book your place, please contact the office | Tel: 01223 416141 | Text: 07852 699196 | email: [email protected]

Online resources:

www.lipreadingpractice.co.uk Ideal for beginners. The site aims to enable those who have a hearing loss and who are unable to join a lipreading class the opportunity to develop lipreading skills. The material is designed to help to develop lipreading skills and to practise them in a safe environment.

www.storiesforlipreading.org.uk  For more confident lipreaders. This website provides videos of stories being read aloud, so that you can practise your lipreading skills and enjoy some good writing at the same time.