Supporting Deaf people and those with acquired hearing difficulties to live independent lives

Children & Young Peoples' Services

WNDA-Children's Services-Two of our young service users having fun together on one of our day trips
WNDA-Childrens Services - Young people enjoying one of our organised, tailored days out
WNDA-Children's services - One of our young service users swinging on a swing and smiling

Growing up in a hearing world can be challenging for young people with hearing loss. Developing healthy relationships are vital during childhood, but the communication barriers that children with hearing loss often face can lead to feelings of isolation.

Our programme of events and services have been developed with your child in mind; improving communication, building friendships, increasing access and supporting the development of skills.

We also have a fully accessible, purpose-built young persons' room in our Deaf Centre in Kings Lynn. It has a vast range of sensory equipment and technology suitable for children of all ages, and can be hired out for private groups or events.

We also provide one-to-one support, advice and advocacy for young people and their families, all designed to ensure your family gets the support you need, and is able to make the most informed choices to suit your individual situation and circumstances

WNDA-Childrens Services - Children having fun at the farm, one of our organised days out tailored to hard of hearing children
WNDA-Childrens Services - Children playing with our special sensory toys in our purpose-built playroom