Setting targets and providing equal opportunities for deaf children with additional needs

This interactive one day course is for early years practitioners who wish to learn how to use their diagnostic skills to tailor a listening and spoken language programme for deaf children with additional needs.

Key topics:

  1. Setting goals;
  2. Diagnostic observations;
  3. Zone of Proximal Development;
  4. Working with a multidisciplinary team;
  5. Formal and informal assessments. 

Who is it for?

This course is for professionals working with young deaf babies and children who have an additional need or needs. It is suitable for speech and language therapists, teachers of the deaf, audiologists and SENCOs. 

Course leaders

This course will be lead by LSLS Cert. Auditory Verbal Therapists Noel Kenely and Victoria Watermeyer. 

*Three day courses for £200*

Pay just £200 for a place on Birth to Babble, Turning Pages for Early Ages, and Right for me. You can claim this deal by selecting the 'three day courses' ticket below. 

AG Bell accreditation applied for.

If you have any questions about this course and what it covers, please contact us by emailing [email protected] 

You will receive email confirmation of your booking shortly after purchase. If you do not receive this please email [email protected]

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Ticket Quantity Price

Standard ticket

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Alumni ticket

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Three day courses

Decrease Increase £200.00