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Other organisations
Royal National Institute for Deaf People previously known as Action on Hearing Loss 
Association of British Sign Language Teachers and Assessors (ABSLTA)
The Association of Sign Language Interpreters
Auditory Verbal UK is a national charity committed to the Auditory Verbal method of enabling deaf children to acquire listening and spoken language skills.
British Academy of Audiology
British Association of Educational Audiologists
British Deaf Association
British Society of Audiology
Cued Speech Association UK
The Deafness Cognition and Language (DCAL) Research Centre is based at University College London
The website of Deafax
Deafblind UK is a national charity in the United Kingdom supporting people with sight and hearing loss
UK Council on Deafness works with and for deaf organisations in the UK
Delta – Deaf Education through Listening and Talking
Disability Now – The UK’s most comprehensive archive of disability information.
DESF is the Deaf Education Support Forum which comprises representatives of a range of organisations meeting at regular times through the year for the sharing of information, the pooling of expertise and the discussion of issues related to the education of d/Deaf pupils and students of all ages
A deaf-led organisation supporting deaf children in mainstream education
The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services in England.
The Ewing Foundation is a charity that supports the natural aural approach to the education of deaf children with its educational consultants and audiological technicians.
The website of Federation Europenne des Associations de Professeurs de Deficients Auditifs (European Federation of Associations of Teachers of Deaf Children and Young People)
An organisation that provides guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services to meet the needs of blind and partly sighted people.
The National Association for Special Educational Needs is an organisation in the United Kingdom which aims to promote the education, training, advancement and development of all those with special and additional support needs.
The National Sensory Impairment Partnership is a partnership of organisations working together to improve outcomes for children and young people with sensory impairment.
National Deaf Children’s Society is a charity for deaf children and young people.
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists is the professional body for speech and language therapists in the United Kingdom and is a registered charity.
Royal National Institute of Blind People
Scottish Sensory Centre (SSC) is for everyone who is involved in the education of deaf children, deafblind children and visually impaired children and young people, the young people themselves and their families.
Sense offers free support to help children who are deafblind or who have complex disabilities access education, playgroups and holidays, so they have the same life experiences as everyone else.
Signature (formerly CACDP) is a UK awarding body accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) offering qualifications from basic to advanced levels. These include sign language and other forms of communication commonly used by deaf people.
This is a online library of the best British children’s books presented in British Sign Language, animation, text and sound, designed to stimulate interest in reading, and boost language skills. This links directly to the page dedicated to teachers.
SignHealth – The Healthcare Charity for Deaf People.
The Communication Trust is a coalition of nearly 50 voluntary and community organisations with expertise in speech, language and communication. From April 2021 the resources developed by The Communication Trust (TCT) are hosted on the Speech and Language UK website
Speech and Language UK is the operating name of I CAN Charity
The British Tinnitus Association (BTA).
VIEW is a registered charity, which represents the interests and needs of children and young people with visual impairment across the United Kingdom. VIEW is a membership association open to professionals and others with an interest in the field of visual impairment.
VSO helps SEN children in the world’s poorest countries.