Shiona is deaf and has had to adapt to the changes of the enviroment around her throughout her entire life. This was inspired by her, to show that deafness is not to be treated so much like a disbility, and to provoke a change of attitude and awareness towards people who are deaf.
Script based on Shiona McClafferty's essay on her hearing loss.
Filmed, Directed and Edited by Amy Urquhart.
Music credit to BenSound.com

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The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA) is an Act of the Scottish Parliament which gives everyone the right to ask for any information held by a Scottish public authority. In September 2013 the Scottish Government extended FOISA to include recreational, sporting, cultural or social bodies established and financed, wholly or in part, by Scottish local authorities. Consequently, from April 2014 South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture (SLLC) became subject to FOISA legislation.

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