Do you want to feel confident in supporting children with a hearing loss in your early years setting?

Deaf children can do anything other children can do, given the right support from the start. Effective language and communication skills lie at the heart of their social, emotional and intellectual development.

This online CPD accredited training has been designed to help you feel confident in supporting children with hearing loss, in your setting.

During this training you will learn what deafness is and some of its causes. You will also be able to describe best practices when communicating with children with a hearing loss.

You’ll leave able to use some basic signs and describe ways to use books and rhymes to support children with a hearing loss.

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To find out more about this training course and to book your place, please visit the National Deaf Children's Society website.

Already booked onto this course?

If you are already booked on to this course, you can enter the course directly to find your pre, during and post course materials.

Are you a professional who works with deaf children and young people? Do you want creative ideas to help you support their emotional health and well-being?

Our Healthy Minds training  will help you learn how to run activities to help support the emotional health and wellbeing of deaf children and young people.

The programme tackles issues such as low self-esteem, isolation, stress and anxiety. It encourages the use of positive strategies for dealing with change, managing deafness, developing confidence and building social skills.

During these online workshops, you will learn how to effectively use our Healthy Minds guidance document. You will have the opportunity to review some of the Healthy Minds activities and share thoughts and ideas with other professionals.

You’ll leave feeling inspired and confident to encourage deaf children and young people to explore ideas and create strategies to help prevent low self-esteem and poor mental health.

Find out more and book

To find out more about this training course and to book your place, please visit the National Deaf Children's Society website.

Already booked onto this course?

If you are already booked on to this course, you can enter the course directly to find your pre, during and post course materials.

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 online CPD accredited training course uses evidence-based strategies that deliver positive impact for families and deaf children.

It will give you a wealth of ideas and strategies to improve the way you support parents and carers, whilst providing you with the opportunity to practise new approaches. It is designed to teach you how to use our resource with parents and carers you support.

You will finish this online training feeling inspired and confident to deliver our programme to the families you work with. We will provide you with all the plans, resources and evaluation tools you need. Enabling you to deliver and measure the impact of the programme.

Find out more and book

To find out more about this training course and to book your place, please visit the National Deaf Children's Society website.

Already booked onto this course?

If you are already booked on to this course, you can enter the course directly to find your pre, during and post course materials.

Are you an early years practitioner working with deaf children? Are you looking for ideas on how to improve the support you give to deaf children?

Good support in the early years will help deaf children reach their full potential. Our one day workshop will help you prepare for and support deaf children in your care.

This online CPD accredited training has been designed to help you fully include deaf children in the life of your early years setting.

During this training you will learn about deafness, what this means in early years and how you can adapt your practice. You'll leave feeling inspired and confident in changes you can make to your setting to be fully inclusive. Changes which will often be beneficial to all children in your setting.

Find out more and book

To find out more about this training course and to book your place, please visit the National Deaf Children's Society website.

Already booked onto this course?

If you are already booked on to this course, you can enter the course directly to find your pre, during and post course materials.