Deaf mother is inundated with hundreds of orders from care homes after designing face masks with a plastic window over the mouth to allow lip reading
Justine Bate, 42, designed facemask to help herself and her daughter Teona,10 to communicates.
She worried Teona, who is also a deaf, would not be socialise with friends.
The Manchester graphic designer already sold 42 on may 27 for £5.99 each.
Other deaf people in their community have also placed orders for the mask, which she makes on her sewing machine in her loft.