Supporting children with a mild hearing loss
Research shows that even a mild hearing loss can be have a big impact on children. How can you make sure their needs are not overlooked?
Many children with mild hearing loss are not achieving the educational outcomes expected of them. Our one-day practical workshop will look at the reasons behind this and outline the simple steps you can take to ensure all deaf children get the support they need. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss and plan how children with a mild hearing loss in your area can be better supported. You’ll learn about our resources on supporting children with mild hearing loss. You’ll leave the workshop with a wealth of ideas and practical steps that will benefit all children.
- Our research on experiences of families of children with mild hearing loss.
- The importance of good listening environments.
- The steps you can take to support children with a mild hearing loss.
- Other interventions to support deaf children, including effective communication and the use of specialist assessments.