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Communicating with Your Deaf Child

 

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Communicating with Your Deaf Child
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Parents and carers
Format: Information Guide
Date live: 14/04/2015

The guide describes the basics of language and communication development and gives some practical advice about how you can encourage positive development in natural ways in everyday routines. It also looks at the different ways in which deaf children and their families might choose to communicate and explains what you will need to consider when making choices about communication approaches for your child and family.

This publication tries to answer questions parents have about how to best support their child’s language and communication development.