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DELTA relies on its volunteers, members and supporters, and is very lucky to have so many enthusiastic people working hard on its behalf. If you want to volunteer take a look at some of our ideas or opportunities here, get together with some friends and contact us.

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Volunteering Ideas to get involved

Look through our ideas to get inspiration on how to volunteer for DELTA. 


Volunteering Opportunities

We run events for families and professionals throughout the year. We publish volunteer roles here.

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Deaf Education through Listening and Talking

Deaf Education through Listening and Talking

We want a world in which deaf children are able to realise their full potential within their communities and we believe this is best achieved through support to learn to listen and, thereby, acquire spoken language.

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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

Did you know @Connevans specialises in meeting the needs of people who are #deaf or #hearingimpaired and supply assistive technology to support a range of situations including in the home, work and in school. Check out their website for more information:


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