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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.

Children’s Mental Health Week

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week. We take a moment to consider the impact of the past year on deaf children…

What can you do if remote education isn’t accessible for your child?

Remote learning can be a struggle for deaf children and young people. Read our suggestions for what you can do…

Face masks in schools: A Scottish parent’s campaign win

Read about Sam's campaign to support her deaf daughter, 11-year-old Niamdh, when face masks became mandatory a…

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…

Improving support in an age of cuts – a campaigning success in England

Parent and Chair of the Waveney Deaf Children’s Society, Ann Jillings, shares her top tips for local campaigni…

Keep it Clear – Survey results on your experience of face masks

We reached out to you to ask about your experiences with face masks and you told us that face masks are causin…

Beating unemployment

Deaf young people leaving education may now be up against a lack of jobs as well as discrimination.

COVID-19: Policy and Campaigning For Deaf Children and Their Families in Wales

Our Policy and Campaigns Team share an update on what COVID-19 has meant for their work in Wales.

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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