WEBINAR

Stop, Think, Communication

Stop, Think, Communication course for parents & carers, teachers, friends and families of Deaf children. Includes advice and tips on how to best communicate with Deaf children, and BSL tuition covering common, everyday vocabulary.

Duration 40min
Who is this course suitable for? Parents & carers and children
Access Mobile, PC and TV
Achievement Certificate of Completion
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About the webinar

This webinar is designed for parents & carers, teachers, families and children who want to improve communication with their Deaf children. Deaf children live in a silent world, feeling excluded and isolated without visual communication. Feeling cut off from their families and the wider world can cause depression.

What modules will you cover?

By the end of the webinar, you will have learned...

  • Aims of Stop, Think, Communication
  • What is the Stop, Think, Communication?
  • Statistics
  • Why to use Stop, Think, Communication?
  • How to use Stop, Think, Communication?
  • Basic BSL sign

When would you like to start?

6th February 2021 11:00am
12th March 2021 11:00am
10th April 2021 14:00am
8th May 2021 11:00am
5th June 2021 11:00am
26th June 2021 14:00am
10th July 2021 14:00am

Stop, Think, Communication

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