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Here we look at some products which might help you communicate better with your child in the car, as well as some useful tips for communicating during car journeys.
Information about how specialist alarm clocks can help deaf children wake up independently in the morning.
How to choose a suitable doorbell for a deaf child so they know when someone is at the door and likely to come into your home.
How specialist smoke alarms can alert deaf children in the event of fire and help them take responsibility for their own safety.
Information about products to help deaf children communicate with friends and family using landline and mobile phones and accessories that work with them.
There are many ways of communicating online - here are some of the main methods your child might use.
How TVs, Hi Fi systems, portable music players, DVD players, gaming devices, tablets, and laptops can be connected to a range of products that can help deaf children to hear them better.
Equipment that might help your child in noisy situations and public places.
There are lots of products that might help deaf young people when they are on a work placement, in a part-time job or starting to work full-time.
How to connect your child’s hearing aid, cochlear implant or other implantable device to different products (including TVs, entertainment devices, telephones and radio aids).