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Raising a Deaf Child: Family programme

National Deaf Children's Society

has offered courses to parents,

providing them with practical

strategies they can use day-to-day

whilst parenting a deaf child. 

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Hop To It

The journey of an incredible 

Shropshire-based

children's book author,

Michael McCarthy

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Survey

PhD student at the University

of Reading researching deaf children

who use two spoken languages,

with English as an

Additional Language (EAL). 

About Us

The Shropshire Deaf Children's Society (SDCS) is a countywide (Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin areas) voluntary support group for parents, friends and professionals caring for hearing-impaired children.

We help by supporting children and young people with hearing impairment e.g. providing specialist equipment to improve listening in classrooms and homes. We organise a range of social activities and talks throughout the year to support parents and carers. We also provide information and helpful contacts.

Information

Information and the opportunity to share knowledge around the implications of hearing loss

forum

A forum for parents to meet other parents and to receive support

events

Support and organisation for outings and other events for hearing-impaired children

fundraise

Opportunities to fundraise to support the needs of children with hearing loss

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