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Deaf Paramedic gives live saving advice – WestLondon Online

Posted by | September 8, 2014 | News | No Comments

Members of Harrow United Deaf Club came together to learn more about first aid work.

Harrow United Deaf Club were given certificates by Richard Webb Stevens on completion of the workshop.

Harrow United Deaf Club were given certificates by Richard Webb Stevens on completion of the workshop.

Members of a deaf charity were given vital training in life-saving skills during a health forum.

Harrow United Deaf Club (HUDC) invited deaf paramedic Richard Webb Stevens to conduct a first aid workshop on Saturday at the Bridge community centre, in Christchurch Avenue, Harrow.

President of the charity Asif Iqbal said: “It is crucial for health services to consult and engage with our members to ensure deaf people’s needs are met.

“I have heard and seen so many horrific stories of deaf people being neglected or delayed within the health services and this is not good for their health and well-being. “

Source: http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/local-news/deaf-paramedic-gives-live-saving-advice-7736836