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The impact of face masks on deaf children

Any government advice on face masks and coverings should highlight the needs of deaf children and young people…

CHSWG guidance published

Last week NHS England and NHS Improvement published new Guidance for Children’s Hearing Services Working Group…

Why the Government needs to invest in Teachers of the Deaf

Ian Noon, Chief Policy Adviser, explains what the Government must do to support Teachers of the Deaf.

Research study to improve clinical practice for babies with hearing loss

Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Manchester are running a research s…

Nine things we’ve learnt from the latest government data on SEN

Ian Noon, Chief Policy Adviser, talks through what we've learned from the latest Government data.

NHS England publishes new hearing loss guidance – our reaction

Audiologist Vicki Kirwin explains the new guidance to support people with hearing loss in their local area.

Early support for deaf and disabled children - looking for evidence with one eye closed?

Chris Mullen, our Social Care Advisor, discusses early social care support for deaf and disabled children.

Teachers of the Deaf survey: What did we find out?

Sally Etchells from our Campaigns team takes a look at the results of our Teachers of the Deaf survey.

Supporting deaf children who speak English as an additional language

Ian Noon, Chief Policy Advisor, talks about our new resource to support deaf children who speak EAL.

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