See Hear investigates a report by the National Deaf Children's Society which highlights concerns about the levels of achievement of deaf children in England.
See Hear investigates a report by the National Deaf Children's Society which highlights concerns about the levels of achievement of deaf children in England. The NDCS puts this down to a postcode lottery whereby the support a child receives seems to be determined by where the child lives rather than by what support they need. We meet children, parents and Teachers of the deaf to find out more.
Tackling fitness and health issues can sometimes be difficult for BSL users on account of a lack of appropriate services delivered in sign language. The founder of Deaf Fit and Fab tells See Hear how she seized the opportunity to use her own experiences as a deaf person to fill a gap in the market.
And following our undercover report last year on noise levels in restaurants, we revisit one of the chains featured to find out how they have incorporated our feedback into their new design concept aimed at acoustically improving the experience for diners.