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Online Baby and Toddler Sessions

Photo: Dad and baby.

Relaxed, online sessions for you and your deaf baby or toddler to enjoy together

Our free online sessions are ideal for deaf children to enjoy with their families. Parents, carers, siblings, aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins are welcome to join.

Browse upcoming sessions below and book your place for free.

Happy Hands: Baby Sign sessions

Happy Hands are relaxed signing and singing sessions for 0 to 4 year olds.

At these interactive online sessions, you and your little one will have fun while singing well-known songs and nursery rhymes and reading some of your favourite stories. We’ll use toys, teddies and colour to grab your child’s attention and engage them through the screen.

To help boost your child’s language development and communication skills we’ll:

  • explore rhythm, pitch and repetition through singing
  • learn some British Sign Language (BSL) signs to highlight key things we learn about each week.

Using signs in this way can add an extra layer to your communication at home.

Happy Hands is not a BSL course but is a fun way to support your child’s development and learn some everyday signs.

Bring the whole family (plus pets and favourite toys) to start learning more about communication in a playful way!

There are no available sessions currently. Check out our other family events to find an event that suits you.

Communication support for our events

We'll have experts on hand to support you in joining the event online. You can also watch or download our guide to joining our online events.

Zoom auto-generated captions and British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters will be available.

If you have any questions or require any other communication or language support, please email [email protected].