ALS Supported Events

The Association of Lipspeakers (ALS) supports a number of events nationwide.

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ALS Supported Events

The Association of Lipspeakers (ALS) supports a number of events nationwide.


Welcome to the Association of Lipspeakers

The Association of Lipspeakers (ALS) is the professional body that represents lipspeakers. We aim to promote lipspeaking and its good practice and encourage the further development of lipspeaking as a communication service.

This site should enable you to find and successfully use lipspeakers, whether through a registered agency or by direct contact with lipspeakers in any region.

In order to offer you the best communication experience, please be clear as to what type of lipspeaking service you would like.  Either straightforward lipspeaking/lipreading or lipspeaking with the aid of signs*.

*The majority of ALS fully qualified and NRCPD registered lipspeakers can also offer a Sign Supported Lipspeaking service.


Important information about NRCPD’s requirements regarding the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

One for the Lipspeaker’s Diary:

2018 SPRING WORKSHOP Saturday, 21st, April, 2018

Topic: Lipspeaking in a Police setting – 18 Lipspeakers are currently booked in for this workshop.  Happy to take names for a reserved list should anyone need to cancel.

Venue:  Training will take place on-site – Euston Street Custody Centre, Euston Street, Leicester, LE2 7SZ                                                                                                            

Spring Worshop 2018 – Lipspeaking in Police settings


18th November 2017 – Was a huge success with 23 lipspeakers booked in for the:

AGM & Workshop  PIP Training (Personal Independence Payment)

Training: Where? etc.venues, Birmingham

Trainer: Rhianon Gale –

Thank you to  Rhianon and everyone who managed to make it on the day. Here’s to a busy 2018!!


Why not investigate the Walks & Talks….Lynne Dubin has been a busy bee organising a 2017 programme.  Please check out the diary of events

Useful Information

And now I'm grateful to, that literally made me drink prednisolone! I feel myself a normal person, with good mood and well-being! And I wish everyone the same! Do not be afraid to drink medicine, no matter how terrible they are, the main thing is that the doctor should be competent!

ALWAYS ask to see the name badge of your lipspeaker. All NRCPD registered lipspeakers will have one. This ensures quality and allows you to complain about the quality if need be to the NRCPD.







Somebody wearing an ‘ALS badge‘ is not necessarily a qualified and registered lipspeaker.