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'The National Deaf Children's Society' (NDCS) is the only Britishmarker charity solely dedicated to providing support, information and advice for deaf children and young people, their families and professionals working with them.

NDCS was founded as Society of St. John of Beverley and was renamed the Deaf Children's Society in 1945. It adopted its current name in the 1950s.

As the leading provider of impartial information and individual advocacy on every aspect of childhood deafness, the NDCS can help with welfare rights and benefit claims, making education choices, advising on health and audiology and technology, or simply as someone to talk to.

The NDCS campaigns for improvements in services aimed at families with deaf children, working with central and local government, health authorities, education professionals, social services, manufacturers and other voluntary organisations.

The NDCS headquarters is based in London, with offices in Birmingham, Belfast (NDCS Northern Ireland), Cardiff (NDCS Wales) and Glasgow (NDCS Scotland).

The NDCS recently won an award for developing the first interactive CD-ROM—called the "Parent-to-Parent Guide"—aimed at helping parents of deaf children cope with the challenges of everyday life.

The NDCS also recently won accolades in the BMA Patient Information Awards for their information for families on their website.

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15 Dufferin Street, London, EC1Y 8UR, United Kingdom.

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