Monday 27 April at 09:37

Members of a Fylde coast care home are celebrating after being given a special award recognising its work with deaf people.

The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) awarded the Deaf-Aware Care quality mark to Blackpool residential home, Wynfield House.

The award recognises the efforts of staff at the residential home for helping those who suffer from deafness,

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Local authorities in England are failing to identify and meet the social care needs of deaf children and their families, a report by the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) has found.

Despite the fact that deaf children are more than twice as likely to experience abuse, mental health problems and underachievement at school, a

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