British Sign Language Communication Support
Assistant and Deafblind Communicator Guide
Having worked in customer service my whole working life, I have met all kinds of unique people, I have wanted to push myself to become a BSL interpreter. I have helped my mum and dad with majority of their appointments, and have now got a real taste of the career I want to be in. I am passionate and focused and have shown this by working my way up to Assistant Manager within 2 years and only being 20 years old.
How did you come to choose to work alongside the Deaf/Deafblind?
Both my parents are Deaf and watching them struggle with everyday things has made me want to become a BSL Communicator.
Hobbies and Interests
I like to go on spontaneous adventures, taking long walks and going out with my family. I really enjoy playing sports, especially summer sports like rounders. I haven't been around the world much, so I would really like to visit more countries around the world like where my Granddad is from in Mauritius.
What relevant qualifications do you possess?
BSL Level 1
BSL Level 2
Level 2 Communicating and Guiding Deafblind people
Preferred method(s) of communication
Text, Email, Phone.
Care Skills Academy doing a range of courses such as Autism awareness, epilepsy etc..
What’s your favourite colour?
My favourite colour is purple.
Tell me an interesting story:
I have recently started coin collecting as a hobby.
My favourite thing is:
Looking at cute animals (sloths are my favourite).
I don't like:
The sound of metal scraping against metal.
What frightens you?
Do you like Marmite?
I do not like Marmite
Do you keep ketchup in the fridge or cupboard?
Ketchup belongs in the fridge once open.