The Peterborough and District Deaf Children's Society - Parent and Toddler Group
PDDCS is the Peterborough and District Deaf Children’s Society and we do what we can to provide lots of activities for children who are deaf or have hearing loss in our area (which is anywhere near Peterborough).
PDDCS do lots of cool stuff for kids from babies and toddlers all the way to young adults.
They’re positive and support any language choice parents or children make.
A parent and toddler session for parents and carers of children with hearing loss.
Share experiences, build friendships and support one another.
The group is aimed at pre-school children and held at the Goldhay Community Centre 105 Paynels
It's a great opportunity to meet other parents who are raising young children with hearing impairments and also for the little ones to play together!
Siblings are also welcome during the school holidays.
There is a range of activities for the children and free refreshments for the folks, which usually means tea and biscuits.
Another bonus is that the group is regularly attended by staff from Peterborough City Hospital's Audiology team to answer questions, make sure hearing aids are working and take new ear mould impressions for those fast growing ears, saving families time in booking and attending appointments.
School age children are also welcome to come and get new ear moulds too.
Who to contact
Where to go
- The Jigsaw Centre
Family Voice, 105
- PE2 5QP