Publications and resources

The following publications, resources, educational and training materials have been created to support our work around the world.

Birds and the Bees consultation report

Consultation with deaf young people in Uganda JinjaWe're working with the Uganda National Association of the Deaf and Sign Health Uganda to develop a project called the Birds and the Bees. The project teaches deaf young people about sexual and reproductive health so that they in turn can give advice, counselling and training to other deaf young people.

Download Birds and the Bees consultation report 


and read more about this project

Deaf Child Worldwide latest newsletter

Breaking down the barriers covers

'Breaking Down the Barriers’ is our regular newsletter which features updates from projects including recent events, activities and personal stories from people who experience the work of Deaf Child Worldwide first hand. This newsletter is produced in English and Spanish and is distributed to our partners to encourage shared learning and experiences among deaf children, young people and their families across the world.

Breaking Down the Barriers is now an e-newsletter. If you would like to receive a copy, Please join our email mailing list.

 

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Deaf Fact Sheet

Deaf Factsheet cause of deafness

Deaf Fact Sheet provides basic information and awareness on deafness targeted at parents, teachers and anyone who interacts with deaf children and young people.

 

Deaf Fact Sheet  

Hoja Informativa (Deaf Fact Sheet Spanish)


Sign Language Resources

We have developed sign language books in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania which aim to:

  • Empower families to improve their communication skills
  • Ensure that deaf children are included in their family life and in their communities
  • Empower deaf children to express their own views and values and develop the social skills they need to lead independent lives
  • Allow deaf children to fulfil their potential

Sign Language resources, Tanzanian sign language dictionary 

To find out more about these books or to place an order, please contact us

We have also produced guidelines for teaching sign language aimed at parents, carers and families of deaf children.

Guidelines for Teaching Sign Language 

Guía para los instructores de lengua de señas

 


Glue Ear resources

Glue ear

Glue ear is one of the most common childhood illnesses and most children will experience glue ear at least once.

Our posters and booklets for parents and carers with contain information on glue ear including what to look out for, the causes, and symptoms, treatments and prevention.

 

Glue Ear Guide Booklet for parents is available in  English , Spanish, Hindi Bengali and Swahili.



Family Friendly Manual

Deaf Child Worldwide Family Friendly Manual 

The Family Friendly resource, published in 2008, aims to raise awareness of the important role that parents and families can play in the lives of their deaf children and in their communities. It is written for all those who want to know more about parental involvement in support for deaf children, but especially those who are involved in providing services for deaf children and their families.

Family Friendly


Language Development books

Language Development book 1 for Deaf Child Worldwide partners in India We have produced a series of three books in Bengali to support community based rehabilitation workers, parents, families and school teachers in teaching sign language to deaf children in an informal, relaxed and engaging manner. The book provides a framework to learn sign language, reading and writing skills through pictures, signs, workshops using vocabulary and conversation from everyday life.

Language Development book 1

Language Development book 2

Language Development book 3

These books have been produced as part of our project 'Deaf Children and Primary Education in West Bengal' funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund. 


Where we work

Deaf Child Worldwide works with partners in developing countries, facilitating work that enables deaf children and young people to be fully included in their family, education and community life.

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