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Clear face masks in NHS and Social Care settings

Three clear face masks have been approved for use in the NHS.

Schools and other education settings - coronavirus info for families of deaf children

Find out more about the impact of Coronavirus on schools and other education settings and how you can get supp…

Face masks and communication - coronavirus info for families of deaf children

Read our top tips on how to communicate when wearing face masks.
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Accessible vaccination guidance - coronavirus info for families of deaf children

Information and resources for young people produced by the UK Governments about the Covid-19 Vaccination progr…

Returning to school

A checklist of questions you can use to ask your child’s school about how the return to school will work.

Support for home learning - coronavirus info for families of deaf children

Read our information and tips on how to support your child's learning at home and where to access online educa…

What to do if face masks and face coverings are being worn in your deaf child’s school or college

Some schools and colleges are asking teachers, staff and/or pupils to wear face masks or coverings.

Returning to school after lockdown: what you told us

This September we asked you to tell us how things are going for your deaf child at school or college. We also…
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Audiology services and hearing care at home - coronavirus info for families of deaf children

Find out how to take care of your child's hearing aids and cochlear implants at home.

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    with others through events, workshops, campaigns and our NEW online forum, Your Community

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    information and insights in our resource hub and receive the latest updates via email and Families magazine.

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    one-to-one support and tailored services which help reduce barriers for deaf children

  • Borrow

    technology and devices which support deaf children’s communication and independence