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Deaf Children and Young People in Foster Care – Support from the start

 

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Deaf Children and Young People in Foster Care – Support from the start
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Parents and carers
Format: Information Guide
Date live: 30/10/2014

This guide has been written to help support you and your deaf foster child or young person in those first few hours and days following a placement. It will give you a brief overview of all the things that you will need to know, and will show you where to find advice when you need it.

It includes tips and advice on:

• communication
• hearing aid technology
• sounds and how we hear them
• useful equipment
• myth busters
• and signposts to further information.