We are waiving all fees until further notice for our online Let’s Listen and Talk programme so that families who need it at the current time can benefit from our advice, information and guidance.
We are giving the rapidly changing COVID-19 Coronavirus situation our maximum attention, as we evaluate how to operate as a charity through this uncertain period.
The Elizabeth Foundation has published its latest Impact Report to celebrate and showcase the effect of its work on the lives of young deaf children and their families.
Our Chief Executive, Julie Hughes, has contributed to videos recently published by the AB (Advanced Bionics) Education and Training Department.
Our volunteer Kate Bowerman has been Commended in the Education & Mentoring Category of the Portsmouth Inspiring Volunteer Awards 2019.
Read the latest news and updates about our wide range of services and activities in The Elizabeth Foundation’s Summer 2019 Listen! Newsletter.
Deaf Awareness Week is 6-12 May 2019. We join with other organisations by using the week to raise awareness about how we help preschool deaf children.
The Elizabeth Foundation is supporting two new research studies. Both aim to find out more about how deafness affects early language development in preschool children.
Our annual sponsored swim challenge was a great success this year, with swimmers of all ages completing swims of all distances to raise money for our work.
On 5 March 2019, we are hosting The Ear Foundation’s training day about assessing and developing narrative (story-telling) skills for deaf children aged 2-8 years.