STePS Information and Strategies
The STePS team has put together some resources, on a range of topics, which can offer more information on how to support children and young people.
Some children with a hearing impairment may not meet the criteria to receive support from a Specialist Teacher of the Deaf. For useful hints and tips for working with a child with a hearing impairment in school, please see the information sheets below.
- Strategies for Becoming a Hearing Impairment Friendly Teacher (All Ages)
- Tips for Communicating with a Hearing Impaired Child 5 Golden Rules (All Ages)
- Acoustics and Listening Conditions (All Ages)
- Helpful Hints to Support Mild Hearing Loss (All Ages)
- Helpful Hints to Support Moderate Hearing Loss (All Ages)
- How to Help a Child with Unilateral Hearing Loss (All Ages)
- Song Time Access for Hearing Impaired Pupils (KS1)
- Story Time Access for Hearing Impaired Pupils (KS1)
- Supporting the Achievement of Deaf Children In Early Years Settings
- Making Information Accessible for VI Pupils
- Supporting a child with Monocular Vision
- Supporting a Visually Impaired Child in Literacy Primary School
- Supporting a Visually Impaired Child in Numeracy Primary School
- Supporting a Visually Impaired Child in Nursery
- Strategies for Supporting a Child with VI in Swimming
- Cerebral Visual Impairment
- Babies and Young Children with Vision Impairment
- Children and Young People with Vision Impairment
- Supporting a Visually Impaired Student in Secondary School PE
- Supporting a Visually Impaired Student in Practical Subjects at Secondary School
- Play ideas for Young Children with Visual Impairment
You will find relevant information on the SEND Private, Voluntary and Independent Early Years Settings page under the 'Early Support Booklets', 'Talk to your baby leaflets' and 'Useful Links' sections.
- Helping with Receptive Language and Auditory Processing
- Top Tips for Supporting Listening and Attention Skills
Information can also be found in the Social Communication and Autism tab above.