Richard Webbs-Steven, Motorcyclist Paramedic for London Ambulance Service

“I was born with severe bilateral hearing loss and I have worn hearing aids since the age of 4 and I live in Harrow with my wife and 3 children.  I have served in the London Ambulance service for 16 years where I currently work as a Motorcycle Paramedic and do community work where I teach people how to do CPR so the can resuscitate some if they have a cardiac arrest.”

Richard is invited to Harrow United Deaf Club as one of our guest speaker for September event, explaining about first aid and how to make people safe. He was also interviewed by SLFirst magazine about his life and his job as motorcyclist Paramedic, helping save lives on the streets of London: http://slfirst.co.uk/community/deaf-life/deaf-motor-bike-paramedic-helping-save-lives-on-the-streets-of-london/