Browsing All posts tagged under »deaf children«

Bianca Birdsey: How sign language helped my girls think, reason and express themselves

August 12, 2015


Language. Think about that word. What are other thoughts that automatically pin themselves to this collection of letters that give […]

Deaf News: NDCS says new Special Educational Needs system could leave Deaf children without vital support

June 13, 2015


New Government figures have raised fresh concerns that changes to the system of guaranteed help for children with special educational […]

Emily Howlett : 12 hilarious things I’ve seen children say about being deaf (BSL)

May 21, 2015


There’s plenty of doom and gloom around at the moment. It’s easy to get swallowed up in it all, and […]

Ian Noon: Welfare and deaf children – a review of the past five years

April 26, 2015


Continuing our series of blogs on what’s changed over the past five years in relation to deaf children, this blog […]

Ian Noon: Audiology services for deaf children – a review of the past five years

April 25, 2015


Continuing our series of blogs on the upcoming election, this blog takes a look at the government’s record on health […]

Ian Noon: Education for deaf children – a review of the past five years

April 23, 2015


Apparently, there’s a big general election coming up on the 7thMay. One of the factors that voters may be taking […]

Deaf News: Figures show only 36.3% of deaf children achieve national GCSE benchmarks

January 30, 2015


Only 36.3% of deaf children in England have left secondary school having hit national GCSE benchmarks, according to the Department […]

Only day nursery with facilities for Deaf children in Tower Hamlets is now safe, says local Mayor

December 9, 2014


In recent weeks, we published several articles about Overland Children’s Centre in Tower Hamlets, which had been threatened with closure. […]

NDCS responds to outcry over news that deaf children with additional complex needs will no longer be offered some events by charity

December 5, 2014


The NDCS has issued a statement following an outcry on social media to the news that the charity will no […]

Emma Sharrock: Why I am proud of my Deaf sister

November 26, 2014


Ever since I was two I have grown up being an older sister to a deaf sibling. My parents found […]