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Deaf Choices UK - NAPE 087
22nd July 2024 • National Association for Primary Education • Mark Taylor
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Deaf Choices UK support parents of deaf children to make the best CHOICE(S) for Language, Literacy and Communication. ​They believe that every deaf child and every family has a unique set of needs and DCUK is here to help you navigate and explore the choices that are available to you, so that you can make an informed choice.

​Deaf Choices UK is the only charity in the UK that provide training in Cued Speech.

Kathy Kenny works as a family advisor for Deaf Choices UK. She has a background in education and has a Deaf daughter who is now in her 20s.

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www.deafchoicesuk.com

NAPE is the long term sponsor of Education on Fire. This episode is repurposed for NAPE from the Education on Fire podcast hosted by Mark Taylor - NAPE, Vice Chair

www.educationonfire.com

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