|Do you struggle to make out what others are saying when they are speaking to you, because of your hearing loss? Have you wondered what that person was saying across the room, but you didn’t hear them? Do you get frustrated because you can’t understand the words because it comes out unclear? Have you felt that your lipreading skills are getting rusty? Then don’t miss the opportunity to become a better lipreader at Lipreading Class!
Lipreading Class, a four-session class, begins September 14 at the Deaf Cultural Center in Olathe. The class will focus on the basics of lipreading, using sight to focus on various sentence structures and words, handouts to complete for the class, and teaching techniques to show family and friends more effective ways to communicate with a person with hearing loss.Shanna Groves, speaker, and author of “Confessions of a Lip Reading Mom,” will be leading the class.Information on the class is below:Location: Deaf Cultural Center – 455 E. Park St., Olathe, KS 66061 (across from Kansas School for the Deaf)
Dates/times class is held: Sept. 14 and 28, Oct. 5 & 12 (2 p.m. – 3 p.m. each class session)
Class Fee: $100