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Our comics

We've created a number of comics for children to help them understand experiences such as going to the hearing clinic and getting grommets, hearing aids and cochlear implants. 

We've also published a number of children's books featuring deaf characters and you can order them online. We're currently running a competition to find the writer of our next book too! If your deaf child is 7-11 years old and loves telling stories, find out how to enter here.

Ali gets hearing aids

Ali has been told he needs hearing aids.

This comic follows him as he goes to the audiologist to have earmoulds made, then his hearing aids fitted, what a difference the hearing aids make and how he looks after them.

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Chloe gets cochlear implants

Chloe's audiologist has told her that her hearing has got worse which means her hearing aids need to be replaced with cochlear implants.

This comic shows Chloe researching the implants, having her operation and also having the cochlear implant turned on.

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Going to the hearing clinic

This comic explains what happens when you visit the hearing clinic for the first time.

It gives children the chance to understand what it will be like to meet their audiologist and have their hearing tested.

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Harvey gets grommets

Harvey can't hear very well so his mum takes him to the doctor, who says Harvey has glue ear.

This comic explains what happens when Harvey visits the doctor, and then goes to the hospital to get grommets.

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