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Raising a Deaf Child Facilitator Training

Photo: Learn what it takes to raise a deaf child

Are you a professional who wants to make a difference to deaf children and their families?  

Raising a deaf child can be challenging with many families needing guidance to help understand the impact deafness can have. This programme gives you a wealth of ideas and strategies to improve the way you support parents and carers. You’ll leave the training inspired and confident to deliver the Raising a Deaf Child programme to the families you work with.

You’ll have opportunity to practise new approaches during the day and take away step-by-step plans to use in the future. This practical programme is built on evidence-based strategies that deliver positive impact for families and deaf children.

Key themes

  • The emotional impact of parenting a deaf child on parents’ confidence and self-esteem
  • Developing good communication in families and with professionals
  • Raising self-esteem, resilience and confidence in parents and children
  • Behaviour management techniques

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Join us at one of our upcoming workshops:

Can't find a suitable location?
We can also deliver a bespoke workshop package, tailored to your organisation's needs and delivered at a location that suits you.

If this is more suitable, please enquire today or contact us at training@ndcs.org.uk.

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions before booking.

What do delegates say?

“Very useful course to inform my practice as a Teacher of the Deaf as well as a facilitator.”  Teacher of the Deaf

“Discipline is always something I have been concerned about with my deaf child. The techniques discussed are very practical and easy to apply to life. The course is very reassuring.”  Parent