What you'll learn

Deaf children face too many barriers and challenges when accessing education. These challenges have been around for too many years. What can we – and should we – as professionals be doing to address them?

Marilyn Henderson shares insights into her work with Deaf children, discusses challenges faced in primary mainstream education, working with Deaf Teaching Assistants & ToDs, adapting resources for Deaf children and much more!

During this webinar, you’ll:

  • Gain a good understanding of the role of a CSW in a primary setting and how they work with other members of the staff team
  • Understand the challenges of school life inside and outside the classroom for a Deaf child and how to overcome them
  • Learn a range of strategies and ideas to help with your practice
  • Be provided with a number of helpful resources to use after the webinar

Structured CPD points: 2


  • This qualifies for 2 structured points

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