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Communication is the key to deaf children's development

17 Oct 2012

Deaf children’s entitlement to communicate and be communicated with is fundamental to their development and progress. This commitment, along with early diagnosis and timely access to well-coordinated support, helps deaf children’s well-being and life chances according to an Ofsted report published today.

The report Communication is the key is a small scale survey examining good practice in services supporting deaf children in three local authorities. It highlights effective joint working across agencies and explores the difference these have made to deaf children’s lives.
 

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  • Communication is the key to deaf children's development

    17 Oct 2012

    Deaf children’s entitlement to communicate and be communicated with is fundamental to their development and progress. This commitment, along with early diagnosis and timely access to well-coordinated support, helps deaf children’s well-being and life chances according to an Ofsted report published today.

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