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Henrietta Toone

 

My name is Henri, and I recently graduated from University with a First Class (BSc (Hons)) degree in Physiotherapy. 

 

I am currently working as a rotational physiotherapist within the Frimley Health Trust. 

 

My journey to this role wasn't an easy one, but I had fantastic support throughout my secondary school years from my Teacher of the Deaf, which made this journey easier. 

 

From help with written UCAS application and mock interview practice, from practicing telephone calls and learning new vocabulary, the support provided by the SCS made my transition from school to university so much easier. The support provided by my Teacher of the Deaf wasn't always in the form of vocabulary testing and teaching of specialist equipment; it also came in the form of emotional support and advice throughout my secondary school years, all the way up to accepting my first choice university to study for my dream career.

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