Safeguarding deaf and disabled children Research and resources
Below is a selection of our child protection research, leaflets, guidance and resources on safeguarding deaf and disabled children.
Impact and evidence insights - Helping social work practitioners communicate with deaf children
As part of Deaf Awareness Week Professor Alys Young explains the challenges for child protection professionals working with sign language interpreters, and offers advice for good practice.
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Resources for deaf and disabled children
Browse our list of books and videos for children with special education needs to learn about keeping safe.
Practice resources for working with deaf and disabled children
Find guides, articles and resources to help you to safeguard deaf and disabled children through activities and practices.
Research on safeguarding deaf and disabled children
Find research studies and reports on protecting deaf and disabled children from abuse and nelgect on our library catalogue.
Support for professionals
Our Current Awareness Service for Practice, Policy And Research delivers free weekly email alerts to keep you up-to-date with all the latest safeguarding and child protection news.
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Helping you keep children safe
Read our guide for professionals on what we do and the ways we can work with you to protect children and prevent abuse and neglect.
Impact and evidence hub
Find out how we evaluate and research the impact we’re making in protecting children, get tips and tools for researchers and access resources.
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Sharing knowledge to keep children safe
Read our guide to the NSPCC Knowledge and Information Service to find out how we can help you with child protection queries, support your research, and help you learn and develop.