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Care.com is a resource for parents looking for childcare. It allows parents to find carers who have experience caring for those with hearing impairments and deafness, and for those that know sign language
Chear - Children's Hearing Evaluation and Amplification Reso
Chear was set up in 2001 as an independent centre for children's hearing assessment and management of hearing impairment. Josephine Marriage also works in research with adult hearing aid wearers, so a service has developed for adults with hearing loss.
Christopher Place - Speech, Language and Hearing Centre
The Centre is the only one of its kind in the UK and is a registered charity. Their child-centred programme combines teaching with therapy using an interdisciplinary professional team. A close partnership with the whole family is central to their approach
A voluntary group run by parents to provide contact, information and support for families whose children have cochlear implants and for those who are considering cochlear implantation for their child.
Cochlear (Nucleus Cochlear Implants)
Cochlear is one of the major cochlear implant companies that operates in the UK, and a number of their courses take place at The Ear Foundation.
A non-profit Community Interest Company Providing Information, Guidance and Support for Hearing Individuals with Deaf Parent/s.
The purpose of the site is ultimately to provide the UK with a huge counselling support network, enabling those in distress to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs.
Cued Speech Association UK
CS is a simple system which gives complete visual access to the English language for deaf babies, deaf children and adults, by using only eight handshapes at four positions near the mouth to fully clarify the lip-patterns of normal speech.