Welcome to DELTA: Deaf Education through Listening and Talking

Supporting the Natural Aural Approach

Our DELTA Success Stories

Our young deaf adults are our success stories of the Natural Aural Approach from DELTA, providing inspiration and support to families of newly diagnosed deaf children proving that deaf children can speak for themselves, naturally.

'My child is deaf - what can I do?'

One in every 1000 children in the UK is born with a hearing loss. Nine out of 10 deaf children are part of hearing families. Most of these families have never met a deaf child before and do not know what to expect.

For Professionals

Professionals involved in DELTA find support in the strengths, knowledge and experience of colleagues working in the field.  The strong research base and outcomes of the Natural Aural approach as evidenced by children and young people, highly functioning alongside their hearing peers in school and the workplace has improved practice across the country.

COVID UPDATE: In these difficult and uncertain times of lockdown and restrictions, we want to ensure you, as a valued supporter and beneficiary of DELTA, are supported. We are here for you if you need anything to support you, your deaf child and their education. You can contact us at enquiries@deafeducation.org.uk

 

 

Why DELTA?

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 the Natural Aural Approach interests you, we hope you will find the information below helpful

Deaf Education Through Listening and Talking  (DELTA) is a charity that supports families with deaf babies, children, young people and the practitioners in Health and Education  that work with them.

  

“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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Working together to help deaf children to listen and talk

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Latest MESHGuide poduced in series to help support deaf children #naturalauralapproach @BATOD_UK #deafeducation @DeafEducation @meshguides http://www.meshguides.org/guides/node/1815

BATOD has published an update about the use of face coverings in educational settings. It can be read and downloaded here:

https://www.batod.org.uk/batod-update-in-relation-to-face-coverings-in-education-settings/ #QToD #coronavirus #facecoverings

Could you make a difference for families of #deafchildren?

Contact us at enquiries@deafeducation.org.uk

#deafeducation #ToD #Audiologist

This letter from @educationgovuk confirms that specialists like Teachers of the Deaf should continue to visit #deaf children (http://ow.ly/92db50Bh0Dk). Have a look at our blog for info and some questions to ask your child’s school before term starts 👇

We are setting up a fundraising team! We would love to have energetic volunteers and members involved in raising funds to promote the Natural Aural Approach to families of deaf children in the UK.

Let us know by messaging us or drop us an email at enquiries@deafeducation.org.uk

If you are looking for comprehensive knowledge and resource about communication strategies for #deaf people in these COVID-19 times such as the use of face-masks, video-conferencing, live captioning and more, check out this: http://connect-hear.com/

Cochlear are excited to announce the launch of the autumn series of education webinars on hearing implants. Our first session Busting Baha Myths, 9th Sept 1300, looks at several common myths that may stand in the way of a Baha referral. Register today http://bit.ly/32G29r8

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