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Working with deaf children and young people with additional or complex needs conference 2024

Thank you to all of the delegates, speakers and exhibitors who attended our Ewing Foundation and Burwood Park Foundation conference: ‘Working with deaf children and young people with additional or complex needs. A sharing of good practice.’ The sold-out event was a tremendous success with over 70 people attending the conference at the National Centre…

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Listening to Learn

Our Education Advisor Katy Mitchell has produced a helpful guide for teachers who are supporting children with glue ear. Listening to Learn focuses on the impact of glue ear, a form of temporary hearing loss common amongst children. The guide explores interventions, symptoms, and shares tips for supporting pupils and creating a calmer classroom. Click…

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Help shape future research in childhood deafness and hearing loss

Deaf children and young people, their families, and the professionals who support them, have been invited to share suggestions for childhood deafness research.  The National Deaf Children’s Society have teamed up with The University of Manchester, Aston University and Lancaster University to find out what the research priorities are in childhood deafness, according to the…

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Bite-size training for summer 2024

We are delighted to announce summer dates for our free online bite-size learning opportunities for deaf education professionals. Each online session will include an introduction to the topic, time for discussion and a take-home summary of the session. These sessions are all free of charge, and provide a great bite-size opportunity to network and share…

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Speakers and exhibitors announced for London conference

We are delighted to confirm speakers and exhibitors for our ‘Working with deaf children and young people with additional or complex needs’ conference in London on 12th June 2024. The one-day event will take place at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), a short walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations, and overlooking the Regents Canal. All…

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Vibrotactile Conference at Seashell Trust

Ewing Foundation, Seashell Trust and The University of Manchester are proud to announce a conference dedicated to vibrotactile technology on Thursday 24th October 2024. This one-day event, which will take place at Seashell Trust, south Manchester, will be an opportunity to discover the latest innovative practices in haptic technology from across the world. International speakers,…

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Future Proof in Manchester

Thank you to Helen and Lindsey in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at The University of Manchester for inviting us to exhibit at their fantastic Future Proof conference this month. The event provided a valuable opportunity to learn about the new Mandatory Qualification for trainee Teachers of Deaf Children and Young People (ToDs).…

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Teaching deaf children through speaking and listening

This summer, Mary Hare School will be holding a conference at their Arlington Arts Centre in Newbury. The event, which takes place on Saturday 29th June, is titled ‘Teaching deaf children through speaking and listening: a one-day conference examining practical approaches to oral education’. The programme for the day includes speakers and group sessions covering…

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London conference – SOLD OUT

We are busy preparing for our ‘Working with deaf children and young people with additional or complex needs’ conference in London on 12th June 2024. The one-day event will take place at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). The NCVO’s offices are a short walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations, and overlook the…