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Two deaf young people win seats in Welsh Youth Parliament

Swansea resident Kelsey Brookes, 13 and Barry resident Dan Downton, 12, have been elected to the Welsh Youth Parliament. Dan, Kelsey and the six other...

The Future of Face Mask

Finding the right face mask In recent months there have been growing demands for a suitable face masks solution for those with disabilities. One which...

Driving attainment for deaf children

Ann Bradbury looks at what schools can do to stop deaf pupils falling ever further behind their hearing peers

Signs of learning

Cath Smith explores the role of British Sign Language in education and looks at how it differs from other signing systems around the world

Helping deaf pupils to learn

Ian Noon outlines the role of Teachers of the Deaf in supporting pupils with hearing impairments

Hearing solutions

Catherine Routley examines the dilemmas facing teachers who support pupils with auditory processing disorder

Hearing, learning and Down’s syndrome

Stuart Mills looks at the effects of hearing impairment on children with Down’s syndrome, and what teachers can do to help

Deaf children slip further behind in GCSEs

Only just over a third of deaf children (36.3 per cent) in England have left secondary school having hit national GCSE benchmarks, according to...

Making the change

How can we support young people with complex needs to make a positive transition? Fiona Minion and Beverley Samways explain all

Signs of the times

Users of British Sign Language (BSL) are being faced with unprecedented change in their language BSL is a rich, naturally evolving language, where the signs...

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