Southwick Hill Road
Tel: 02392 372735
The Elizabeth Foundation is a national charity supporting infants and pre-school aged children with hearing loss and their families, by providing help, support and encouragement. It is The Elizabeth Foundation's belief that it is the right of every deaf child to be given the opportunity to learn to listen and talk.
The Elizabeth Foundation offers a range of services for families with deaf children from 0-5 yrs, from its main Family Centre in Portsmouth, and from its satellite Family Centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire. For other parents unable to attend either centre, a national 'Home Learning and Family Support (distance learning) Programme' is available.
Many of the staff working for The Elizabeth Foundation are parents of deaf children and know, first hand, what you are going through. This is one of the reasons they are committed to parental support and education.
Their baby early intervention and toddler programme is free of charge to parents of deaf children. They always want to ensure that cost will not prevent a family receiving help, education and support from them, in the important early years of their child's life.
Last updated on 31/10/2013
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