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This is NDCS’s exciting new website especially for deaf children
and young people. There are two sites – one for children (8 to 11 years
old) and one for teenagers (12 to 18 years old).
There are a variety of benefits available from NDCS for a family with a deaf child, or for young deaf people.
Want a guided tour, find out when it will be in your area or what you can expect to find on the bus.
Our family officers provide information, support and advice to families covering a wide range of topics and issues to do with deafness.
NDCS runs free weekends for families of children who have been identified recently with a hearing loss.
Find resources for professionals and developing parenting skills.
The Getting Ahead training programme is for deaf young people aged 13 to 19. It aims to make a positive contribution to reducing the barriers this group may face and preparing them for the challenges ahead.
NDCS worked on the All Together project with families, grandfathers and siblings of deaf children in England. There are now resources available for use by families and professionals.
Who Am I? is a new three-year project for all young deaf people aged 13 to 19-years-old and their parents living in Scotland.