Course: Working with Deaf/HI Children who have Additional and Complex Needs

Course run by specialist staff from the Sensory Service, Support Team for Deaf Children

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Title        

Working with Deaf and Hearing Impaired Children who have Additional and Complex Needs

Description of training

Special schools and mainstream schools

 

Content: Understanding deafness and its implications, hearing aids and other assistive devices, implications for children with complex needs, communication approaches, strategies for meeting the needs of these children including case studies, provision mapping for pupils in school.

 

Outcomes: Participants produce a provision map for the pupils with hearing loss in their schools.

Suitable for    

SENCOs, Teachers and Teaching Assistants working with Deaf/HI pupils with additional and complex needs

Delivered by

Teacher of the Deaf plus Teacher of the Deaf working with children with additional and complex needs

Date/s, times and venue

 

 

Thursday 18 January 2018

0900-1500 hours

The View Room, Margaret Macmillan Tower

To book by 4 January 2018

Refreshments

Lunch is provided plus drinks on arrival, mid-morning and with lunch

Price

£105 per person

 


Action

Published: 10/11/2017
Audience: SENCOs, Teachers and Teaching Assistants working with Deaf/HI pupils with additional and complex nee
Contact: Tracey Wright

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