Our policies and position statements

The National Deaf Children's Society has developed a number of policies relating to issues on childhood deafness, which outline our position and aim to provide guidance for parents and professionals.

 

Our policies and procedures

The National Deaf Children's Society has developed a number of policies relating to issues on childhood deafness, which outline our position and aim to provide guidance for parents and professionals.

Anti-Corruption Bribery Policy

Complaints Policy

E-Safety Policy

Equality and Diversity Policy

Equality & Diversity (service user) Policy

Supporting Positive Behaviour Policy

Volunteer Engagement Policy

Volunteer Recruitment, Selection and Induction

Volunteer Support, Supervision and Recognition Policy

Volunteers with Criminal Convictions Policy (Eng Wal Scot)

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Our position statements

We have developed a number of position statements relating to issues on childhood deafness, which outline our position and aim to provide guidance for parents and professionals.

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Our safeguarding policies

The National Deaf Children’s Society recognises that the welfare of all children and young people is of paramount importance.

All children have the right to be protected from abuse. Safeguarding their welfare is the responsibility of every NDCS and local group worker, whether salaried or voluntary, whatever their role or status. It is also the responsibility of our partners, in the UK and overseas.

The policy and guidance documents below outline our position. They will be reviewed and added to as needed to ensure that we do everything we can to safeguard children.

Additional and Complex Needs (ACN) provision FAQ for parents April 2016

Child Protection Policy

E-Safety Policy

Safer Recruitment and Vetting Policy

Safeguarding for parents

Safeguarding young people

Sexual Health and Relationships Guidance

Sexual Health and Relationships Policy

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