Online information sessions for professionals
Professionals who support or work with deaf children and young people are invited to join our free, online information and advice sessions.
During the live sessions, you'll be able to:
- learn more about supporting deaf children and young people, particularly during the current COVID-19 pandemic
- join discussions with other professionals
- ask questions to our experts.
Our sessions cover all levels of deafness unless specified.
How to join our online sessions
You will need access to a computer, smartphone or tablet with an internet connection to access our online sessions using Zoom.
Registering beforehand is essential, as places are limited. Only people who have registered will be admitted. After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email with joining instructions and a password.
If you are unable to attend, for some of our sessions you can register to receive a recording (unless stated otherwise).
Closed captioning and British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters are available for all our online events. You will be able to ask questions using the chat function, which will be moderated.
If you require a Welsh translation, please contact us at least a week before the session.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more, please email [email protected].
Previous session recordings
Many of our previous sessions are available on-demand. Find out more about the recordings we have made available and request access.
- 14 June
- 4pm to 5pm
- On Zoom
Join expert speakers from the National Deaf Children's Society and BATOD as they discuss SEND review. You'll learn what the review is all about and how we think it will affect deaf children. We have invited a speaker from the Department for Education. More details to follow. This event is for anyone working with or providing services for deaf children.