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National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)


A world without barriers for deaf children and young people

Telephone: 0808 800 8880
Address: The National Deaf Children's Society, Ground Floor South, Castle House, 37- 45 Paul Street
Town: London

Postcode: EC2A 4LS Click for map

Area Covered: National
Contact Person: Helpline

What We Do:

We provide advice and support in the following ways:

  • Information and resources: We have a wealth of online information, as well as factsheets, booklets and DVDs to download or order. There’s information on audiology, financial support, education, technology, communication, and much more.
  • Helpline: Call us for advice and support for deaf children and families on a range of issues including benefits, education, technology, health, social care, discrimination and communication. We provide advice and information for professionals working with deaf children as well
  • There are local deaf children's societies that are a great way to meet other families of deaf children
  • Regular communications
  • Connect with other parents online: Asking questions to other parents who have been through similar experiences can be really helpful. Try out our Parent Place forum or ask a question on our Facebook page.
  • Events for families, deaf children and young people
  • Free events for deaf children and young people aged 8–16, where they can experience their first night away, try out new activities and sports and make new friends
  • Website for deaf children and young people: The Buzz is NDCS’s website especially for deaf children and young people. There are two sites – one for children (8 to 11 years old) and one for teenagers (12 to 18 years old).
  • Borrow technology and products