The National Deaf Children’s Society
South East Hearing Care Centres has made a monthly donation for the past 20 years to The National Deaf Children’s Society.
This leading charity is dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people. It was founded in London on 15 December 1944 by a handful of parents of deaf children, concerned about the impact of the 1944 Education Act on their schooling.
Its objective was to further in every way possible the provision of full modern education for all deaf children in England, as originally accorded to hearing children.
To this day, the Society’s visions and values reflect the fact that they remain essentially a parents’ organisation, dedicated to the needs of all deaf children, their families and carers. They provide a seamless service supporting families with deaf children, from birth to 25.
Why not read more about our charity work, in the latest edition of our free newsletter, Distinctions.
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What our clients say
I had a few problems with the Lyric and needed several appointments to rectify them. I was very impressed with the care I received and the explanations of what was happening; sadly the Lyric is not for me as it would appear that I have rather a small ear canal.
I will definitely be in touch when I have the time to sort an alternative hearing device!Mrs Young – Chichester patient