Supporting parents of deaf children in the day-to-day task of being a parent. 

  • My life, My health

    My life, My health campaign

  • Getting support from your local council

    You and your deaf child could have legal rights to practical help with things like equipment and communication support from your local council (Health and Social Services Trust in Northern Ireland).

  • My experience of being a dad to a deaf child

    Christian, dad to Isabelle (5) who is severely to profoundly deaf and has additional needs, tells us how he juggles full time work with the needs of his family.

  • Know your rights

    Information on the Equality Act 2010 and how it protects deaf children.

  • Parenting resources

    The NDCS has developed some useful resources to help you with your deaf child.

  • Developing parenting skills

    Parents of deaf children face many of the same parenting issues experienced by parents of hearing children but with different challenges.

  • Sounding Off!

    Every month Tiger Mother ā€“ mum to moderately deaf Hayley, 16, and her two brothers Lee and Harry ā€“ brings you a frank insight into the ups and downs of life with a deaf child. Read her updates here and post your own views and experiences.

  • Emotional health and wellbeing

    Tools and resources for deaf children, young people and their families to support emotional health and wellbeing.

  • Family stories

    A selection of family stories about childhood deafness from our Families magazine for National Deaf Children's Society members.