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NDCS 12h
Families are fighting planned cuts to specialist support for children in . This means children will get less time with essential professionals who help them thrive at school. Families share their stories at 12 mins, 44 secs πŸ‘‡
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NDCS 13h
So happy to have you on board! We're the lucky ones πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
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NDCS 13h
Replying to @ISankson @NHSEngland
We don't have info on prevention as we focus on how to help after diagnosis. But we know families often want to know what the cause of their child's deafness is, so have info on that: Sorry if that's not what you were after.
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LONorthants 14h
Great news - the is coming to on 29th June. πŸ˜ƒ
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marie duffy Jun 23
Come to our clinic drop-in session on the 25.06.19, 1.30 come along for support, advice from , , a chat with Teachers of Deaf and other parents. See you there!
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Bec CitroΓ«n Jun 23
check out football opportunities for Deaf girls and women πŸ’ͺ🏽⚽️πŸ”₯πŸ”΄βš«οΈπŸ†
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NDCS 15h
Thanks so much for nominating us ! So glad we could be there for your family. For anyone discovering us through this tweet - we have lots of free support services for deaf young people and their families:
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NDCS 15h
Replying to @DrVJKennedy
Thank you so much Veronica!
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IM Newsroom 16h
Families are taking the government to the High Court on Wednesday over how it funds special educational needs. They are being supported by expert &
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stuart whyte 16h
conference intro - NDCS explain that joint commissioning is essential and that appropriate early access to radio aid technology is vital
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The Bach Choir 16h
To add to the excitement, the concert will be enhanced by an exploration of music and deafness with guest compère and signing by inspirational speaker All under the expert guidance of our MD
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NDCS Jun 22
"When I was little, I was told by a coach that I couldn't compete in a cross country race because of my . I still did the race and I beat everyone in the school." Oliver's a great example for any aspiring athletes πŸ™Œ πŸ‘
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NDCS Jun 21
Replying to @metaburbia
That's more than fine with us! Would you mind sharing your postcode with us (DM if you prefer) so we can share this feedback with our Fundraising team and they can work out which team visited you?
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NDCS Jun 21
Hi Stephen - we'd really appreciate any feedback you have! You can send it to our team at support@ndcs.org.uk.
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NDCS Jun 21
It's so important and so great to see!
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Lisa Baldock MBE Jun 21
Dont you just love seeing a clip of a Disney film when it shows inclusion! This clip shows a cochlear implant how fab is that ! Toy story 4 Disney you rock!
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NDCS Jun 20
- if you're an internal comms specialist looking for a new challenge, with accessibility at its heart, get in touch. We're looking for a new πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰
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NDCS Jun 18
The ballot is now open 2020! Register here πŸ‘‰ and run for
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NDCS Jun 18
Earlier this year, were looking for young people to join its panel. We spread the word, and as a result, three young campaigners were recruited. πŸŽ‰ In our latest Campaigns blog, members Aliyah, Ellie and Jess share their views πŸ‘‰
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NDCS Jun 18
"When I was little, I was told by a coach that I couldn't compete in a cross country race because of my . I still did the race and I beat everyone in the school." Oliver's a great example for any aspiring athletes πŸ™Œ πŸ‘
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