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Additional Supporter

Photo: Additional Supporters work 1:1 with children

Additional Supporters support deaf children and young people on our activity events by:

  • enabling children with additional support needs or challenging behaviour to take part in activities
  • ensuring that the diverse needs of children and young people are met
  • supervising groups of children and young people during activities and free time
  • encouraging deaf children and young people with different communication methods to make friends

You can be an Additional Supporter if you:

  • are aged 18 or over
  • are deaf or hearing
  • have experience of working with children with additional needs and/or challenging behaviour

For more information, download the role description and read our Frequently Asked Questions