d/Deaf children and families
Our projects concerning d/Deaf children and families are focussed on supporting families in which d/Deaf children develop, promoting d/Deaf children’s potential within education, employment and contribution to society, prevention from harm and enhancing wellbeing. Parents, d/Deaf young people and service providers collaborate extensively in our studies.
Projects included in this section are:
- Identifying effective practice in the provision of education and education support services for 16 – 19 year old deaf young people in Further Education in England.
- External Evaluation of the NDCS Parenting Project.
- Independent Evaluation of NDCS’s Deaf Role Model.
- External evaluation of SAFE: the personal safety skills for deaf children programme.
- Parents experiences with deaf children with autism: part of the Diagnostic Instruments for Autism in Deaf Children (DIADS) study.
- The READY Study: Recording Emerging Adulthood in Deaf Youth.
- Enhancing resilience amongst deaf youth in South Africa.
- Parenting and Deaf children.
- Informed choice and deaf children.
- Pragmatic development and deaf children/young people.
- Evaluation of Phase 1 introduction of universal newborn hearing screening in England (to be updated).
- Positive Support in the Lives of Deaf Young People and their Families (to be updated).
See all our publications, outcomes and resources for d/Deaf children and families