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Mr Sanders - who was made an MBE for services to education - was the second of three respondents including WDPC and Ms Fletcher's line manager Maria Sanders.
She said staff at WDPC also failed to use sign language while communicating unless she specifically asked them to, in spite of the organisation having designated British Sign Language (BSL) rooms.
Ms Fletcher, who claims she would now be earning pounds 20,000 at WDPC, is now working as a cleaner because she is "desperate for money".
Asked by Ms Deacon if WDPC's chief executive Colin Saunders - who was made an MBE for services to education - was aware of her condition, she replied "yes", but claimed he failed to take it seriously.
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