Language influences how we are able to share emotions and it may affect a child’s learning ability and other functions, including problem solving, planning, understanding the emotions of others and developing friendships. Rather than hearing
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The classroom teacher will benefit from having information about your child’s hearing, as well as their social and learning needs to support your child’s school experiences. Communicating with your child’s teacher early in each
The WAFDC are a part of the WA Containers for Change scheme. Use the barcode, Scheme ID or QR Code above when you return your containers to any C4C depot and donate 10c per container
Everyone experiences a wide range of emotions every day. It is important for children to learn how to recognise, label and manage their own emotions. This in turn allows children to understand other people’s feelings
We are excited to announce the release of the Belong Resources developed by Telethon Kids Institute, Telethon Speech & Hearing and SSEN:S! The resources include 10 modules for parents and 4 for school staff of
Parent Mentor Workshop & Meeting the Professionals, Tuesday 22nd October 2019, 8.45am – 4.00pm South Perth LibraryLynne van Olden2019-09-24T13:25:29+08:00
The WA Foundation for Deaf Children are looking for expressions of interest from families of children with a hearing loss to be part of it's Parent Mentor Group, to guide and assist new families that
Join the WA Foundation for Deaf Children for "city to surf" on Sunday 25th August 2019, perfect for families! You can walk or run any distance that suits and still be part of our team.
The social, emotional, intellectual and physical aspects of a child’s development are all connected. Each influences the other. The relationship between hearing and broader aspects of child development has long been recognised. It is important
This is going to be a really exciting morning for the little ones! Your child will: learn about medical equipment and going into hospital participate in an interactive mat session where they will have the
Come and join us at Caversham Wildlife Park in the July school holidays, Tuesday 9th July 2019. Caversham Wildlife Park is inside WHITEMAN PARK, 99 Lord Street - car park 8 is the closest parking.