During their 2021 Appeal Show broadcast nationally on BBC1 on Friday 19 March 2021, Comic Relief featured a film showing the progress of Arlo, who attended The Elizabeth Foundation’s preschool services.
The Elizabeth Foundation has published its latest Impact Report 2019-20 to celebrate and showcase the effect of its work on the lives of young deaf children and their families.
England Sevens Women’s rugby star Jodie Ounsley is ready to tackle a new challenge after becoming a Patron of The Elizabeth Foundation, the country’s leading charity for helping pre-school deaf children to listen and talk.
After careful consideration of official advice, consultation with parents, and extensive discussions amongst staff/trustees, we have re-opened our preschool nurseries on Monday 8 June 2020.
Read the latest news and updates about our wide range of services and activities in The Elizabeth Foundation’s Listen! Summer 2020 Newsletter.
The Elizabeth Foundation has published “Looking Forward – Strategy 2020-2025” which outlines its aims and priorities for the next five years so it can continue meeting the needs of young deaf children and their families.
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 ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus situation our maximum attention, as we evaluate how to support families and 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.