The Elizabeth Foundation aims to publish an annual Impact Report to summirise the positive impact we have on the lives of young deaf children and their families.
At The Elizabeth Foundation, we facilitate the early diagnosis for babies and pre-school children with all degrees of deafness and provide comprehensive education and support services for them and their families.
By doing so, we aim to make a positive impact by enabling our children to develop good listening skills, natural speech, confidence and self-esteem and give parents the confidence and knowledge to make informed decisions on behalf of their child.
The Elizabeth Foundation aims to publish an annual Impact Report celebrating and showcasing the importance of our work with very young deaf children.
The report gives an insight into how we are doing in major aspects of our work.
This annual publication gives us a way to track and record our progress over the years. It also enables parents and supporters to clearly see what we set out to achieve and how we are progressing against those aims.
You can also see the impact of our work on individual children and their families in the success stories section of the website.
Our most recent impact report
Our most recent Impact Report covers our achievements during the school year from August 2015 to July 2016, highlighting the increasing reach and range of our work.
During 2015-16, we supported more babies and chidlren with hearing loss than ever before and retained our 'Outstanding' Ofsted rating. We also launched a new online learning programme for families and worked with organisations all across the UK. Read more by downloading our Impact Report 2015-16.
Previous impact reports
We plan to maintain an archive of our previous Impact Reports - you can download them by clicking below: