The NRS film ‘Princess flower’ encourages older people with hearing impairments to use the NRS so they don’t lose touch with family and friends.
Directed by award-winning director Yannis Nikolakopoulos and produced by the National Relay Service, this is a beautiful and poignant tale of a young girl (played by seven-year-old Karina Warwick) and the bond with her granddad (veteran Australian actor Peter McAllum).
Princess flower aims to use the accessible media form of an online video to reach not only the target audience of older people with hearing loss, but also their family members and friends – and convey a key message about the benefits of using NRS services: keeping in touch with friends and family is of vital importance.
View Princess flower here.
Deaf or hearing impairment