Sarah Reed - Teacher of Deafblind
Sarah Reed has 30 years experience of working in the Deafblind community in a number of different roles. Until 2008, she was the Research and Practice Development Officer for Sense, the National Deafblind and Rubella Association working on a number of different projcects including research into Deafblind Communication in colloboration with City University, London and DCAL (Deafness, Cognition and Language Centre) University College London.
Sarah was also a Consultant for Deafblind Helpers League (now Deafblind UK) and Training and Research Officer for the Usher in the Deaf Community Project funded by the British Deaf Association (BDA) Sense the National Deafblind and Rubella Association and the Department of Health.
In her work, Sarah has travelled to many places all over the globe visiting countries such as Australia, Canada, USA, Eire, Northern Ireland, Scandinavia and many countries in Europe meeting Deafblind people from all walks of life and brings rich experiences from her travels into her teachings.
In the past ten years, she has been working as Teacher, Assessor, Researcher and Consultant on a freelance basis.