Get Involved in our Online Sessions
We are providing monthly online drop in events for parents/guardians/grandparents through Google Meet to be a part of the DELTA Community to ask questions, discuss and share experiences of raising their deaf child at home and at school using the language of the home and community.
The following drop in events are taking place on the below dates.
Tuesday, February 13th, 2024 : Bluetooth, iPhones, Android: everything you need to know about hearing aid technology with Paul Harris.
Paul Harris is probably the country’s leading expert on hearing aid technology. He will explain to you everything you need to know about connecting hearing aids with other up to the minute technology; Bluetooth, iPhones, Android.
Thursday, April 16th, 2024 : Ten Top Tips for getting your hearing impaired child talking.
Every couple of months our meeting will carry a theme and parents will be able to sign in from the comfort of their own home to be involved in sessions expected to last one hour to 90 minutes.
We are running a series of short, on-line CPD sessions for Teachers of the Deaf and other professionals. These take the form of a 15 minute introduction to the topic by a relevant professional followed by a Q and A and discussion session.
The following sessions are taking place on the below dates. Themes of sessions will be released shortly.
Thursday, March 21st, 2024 Topic: The Importance of Music for Deaf Children and Practical Ideas Presented by: Julie Hughes (Elizabeth Foundation)
Thursday, April 16th, 2024 Topic: Language Assessment Presented by: Helen Martin (Ewing Foundation)
Thursday, June 20th, 2024 Topic: Video Interaction Guidance. Using video to enable deaf children’s learning Presented by: Margaret Dutton
Please register your interest via the link below to be updated on dates and topics.
When a child is diagnosed as severely or profoundly deaf, the parents’ first question is often “Will s/he be able to talk?”
It is a very natural question; all parents normally expect to share their language with all their children. We believe that not only is it their right but that, for the vast majority of deaf children, it is a perfectly valid option.
If this interests you, we hope you will find the information below helpful
“We know that the vast majority of deaf children can learn to listen and talk. We believe that all parents of deaf children should be given this option.”
If you are a parent of a deaf child and need support, advice and guidance, please contact us below:
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