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Sharon Platts, a visually impaired mother from Carshalton, talks to DPPI Information Officer, Shanta Everington, about her experience of service providers, how she would have valued peer support, and how the right attitude can make all the difference...
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Claire Ingham, Secretary of Children of Deaf Parents UK, talks about the challenges facing deaf parents, and the ethos and aspirations of a new organisation dedicated to providing support and promoting positive aspects of deaf parenting.
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Coffee morning blues At coffee morning as there is no one to share the morning blues away you might not know who can blow away the blues and put the sunshine on your face Elfrida coffee mornings, a phone call away 020 7354 6349. Mahmuda Mu...
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Rosemary Ottaway, a social worker from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, discusses her work with deaf mothers. A member of a family with twelve deaf people she is herself partially deaf and a mother of two sons.
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