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Welcome to the National Deaf Children's Society media archive. 

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Leading software company The Access Group announces ambitious fundraising plans for deaf children.

Business software provider announces National Deaf Children’s Society as Charity of the Year.

Potential safety issues with some Phonak Roger devices distributed via unauthorised sellers

The National Deaf Children’s Society has become aware of a potential safety issue with some Phonak products th…

2 million votes up for grabs among parents of disabled children

Our new survey of almost 1,000 parents shows 9 out of 10 fear for the future of their child's support.

Crunch time for Scotland’s deaf children as new report shows education crisis escalating

A new report highlights the lack of specialist teachers for deaf children in Scotland.

Minister gets on board Roadshow for deaf children in Glasgow

Deaf young campaigners meet with Maree Todd MSP, Scottish Government Minister, on Saturday 14 September.

7 in 10 cinemas offer no subtitled screenings of top kids’ films

Cinemas fail deaf children: 7 in 10 cinemas offer no subtitled screenings of top kids’ films

Families celebrate end of Everyone Together project at Zoo Fun Day

Edinburgh Zoo sees families celebrate end of transformational project for deaf children across Scotland

Deaf children across England fall an entire grade behind at GCSE

Deaf children start school behind their classmates and fall a whole grade behind at GCSE.

‘Lifetime of being left behind’ sees deaf pupils under-achieve

New analysis shows that deaf children across England are struggling at every stage of their education.