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Zoe Robertson of Deaf Association of Northern Ireland (DANI) describes the research behind Signing family. DANI is a regional body of the British Deaf Association (BDA) – the largest national charity run by Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) user...
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Following a successful pilot project, when 14 parents made history and became the first in the UK to take part in a course specifically designed for deaf parents, the Deaf Parenting Skills Course has run successfully for a second time.
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I am a National Childbirth Trust (NCT) Postnatal Leader. I have been trained to run Early Days courses or drop-ins for new parents, usually mothers but also fathers too.
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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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The following article is taken from a paper written by Paula Edmonson and Evelyn Scnelder of the Circles Network, Bristol, England, for the European Commission ‘Achievin inclusion through networks of support’, Preparatory actions to preve...
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