Redbridge SERC

Hearing Impairment

Description

If you are looking for information with regards to supporting a pupil with a Hearing Impairment I can recommend these initial web links. If you would like specific advice I would recommend you contact Roding Hearing  Impaired Support Service (link at the bottom of the page).

Fact sheets

Training / Help

Further help and support can be obtained from Roding Outreach Service.

Videos

Screenshot for video: Look, Smile, Chat Campaign

Look, Smile, Chat Campaign

These films have been created for the Look, Smile, Chat campaign - simple steps can make a big difference to deaf teenagers' lives. Take a look at www.buzz …

Screenshot for video: Additional needs: create a sensory experience for your child

Additional needs: create a sensory experience for your child

THis video demonstrates how to create a sensory experience for a child with additional needs using easy to buy and affordable materials

Screenshot for video: Training teachers- Deaf Awareness in schools

Training teachers- Deaf Awareness in schools

We investigate the possibility of including Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language in teaching courses.

Learning Aids

Deaf books - free resources to download

Deaf books - free resources to download

Available from: Deaf books

Deaf books have a collection of free resources; Colour lotto / colour cards 2,3,4 letter words Autumn leaves poem Countries Halloween We wish you a Merry Christmas Colours/ nouns Snowman games 5 Little ducks Matching game to download Numbers Early Years ABC Preschool…

Family Resources

The Buzz

Website: 
http://www.ndcs.org.uk/family_support/how_ndcs_can_help/ndcs_buzz/index.html
Description

The Buzz is NDCS’s exciting new website especially for deaf children and young people.

There are two sites – one for children (8 to 11 years old) and one for teenagers (12 to 18 years old).

Contact a family

Website: 
http://www.cafamily.org.uk/
Description

A UK wide charity providing advice, information and support to parents of all disabled children.