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The Hearing Impairment Service consists of specially trained teachers of hearing impairment and support staff. We work with families, early years settings and schools to support children with hearing loss aged 0-19.
The Hearing Impairment Team can provide:
To achieve the best possible outcomes, we also work alongside families, educational settings and other professionals to accurately assess needs and identify areas for support.
Our team consists of two specialist teachers who hold the mandatory post-graduate qualification to work with deaf/hearing impaired children. The team is also supported by a full-time learning support assistant and two part-time sensory support workers.
We have an open referral system for any child or young person with a known diagnosis of a hearing impairment. The majority of our referrals are received from professionals within Health or Education, however, we do also accept referrals from parents/carers or any other professional involved with the child or young person. All referrals must have written parental consent.
Here are some examples of the support and services we provide...
If you would like to refer a child/young person to our services or find out further information around the services we provide, please contact:
Lisa Stocks / Emma Brain (Sarah Hill - currently on maternity leave)
Children's Disability Service
Newton Children's Centre
Telephone - 01744 673135
email@example.com (currently on maternity leave)
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