National Deaf Children's Society

The National Deaf Children's Society is an organisation of families, parents and carers which exists to enable deaf children and young people to make the most of their skills and abilities.

The NDCS 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.

Established as the Society of St. John of Beverley, 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, their vision 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.

There is a new local group, Hounslow and Ealing Deaf Children's Society, and we have included contact details for them below.

Telephone: 07429 065 255


Click here to visit National Deaf Children's Society's website.




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