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Who to contact if you are worried about your own or your baby’s health:

Contact your GP, health visitor or midwife.

NHS Direct
You can also contact NHS Direct for general health advice.
• Textphone users 18001 0845 606 4647 or 0845 606 4647
• Voice telephone users 0845 4647
• Website

In an emergency
To call an ambulance:
Textphone users Dial 18000. This means you do not need to dial 999. Dialling 18000 on its own will give you a direct connection to the emergency services.

Voice telephone users Dial 999.

General advice about pregnancy and childbirth
Ask your midwife, health visitor or GP for advice about getting pregnant, pregnancy, labour, birth and childcare.
A user-friendly and popular website for parents and parents-to-be.
A website full of information – from trying for a baby, to childbirth.

Midwives Information and Resource Service (MIDIRS)
An educational charity providing information and resources to midwives but with lots of useful information for parents.  Ask for the Informed Choice Initiative pack of 15 leaflets.
MIDIRS, 9 Elmdale Road, Clifton,
Bristol BS8 1SL.
Telephone 0800 581 009

National Childbirth Trust (NCT)
The National Childbirth Trust:
• Campaigns for better maternity care.
• Helps parents make friends with other new parents.
• Provides easy-to-read information.
• Provides free breastfeeding support.
• Runs antenatal classes in small groups and, in some cases, on a one-to-one basis.

The National Childbirth Trust,
Alexandra House, Oldham Terrace, Acton,
London W3 6NH.
Enquiries 0870 444 8707
Breastfeeding line 0870 444 8708
Textphone 020 8993 6714
Fax 0870 770 3237

WellBeing publishes a range of leaflets for women covering health in pregnancy.
Wellbeing, 27 Sussex Place,
Regents Park, London NW1 4SP.
Telephone 020 7772 6400
Fax 020 7724 7725

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Action on Pre-eclampsia (APEC)
Information to help you understand and care for this condition.

Action on Pre-eclampsia,
84-88 Pinner Road, Harrow HA1 4HZ.
Helpline 020 8427 4217
Fax 020 8424 0653

Active Birth Centre
Information to help you make informed choices, and give you the confidence to be in charge of your pregnancy, birth and early parenting.

Active Birth Centre, 25 Bickerton Road, London N19 5JT.
Telephone 020 7281 6760
Fax 020 7263 8098

Alcohol Concern
Visit for lots of information if you are concerned about your drinking.

ARC (Antenatal results and choices)
Support and information for parents throughout the antenatal testing process.

ARC, 73 Charlotte Street,
London W1T 4PN.
Helpline 020 7631 0285
Fax 020 7631 0280

Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
The Association of Breastfeeding Mothers will put you in touch with a qualified breastfeeding counsellor if you need information or support. They also produce leaflets and booklets, which are useful for new parents.

The Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
PO Box 207, Bridgwater TA6 7YT.
Helpline 020 7813 1481
Fax 01753 674766

The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS)
Advice and information about your choices and rights in maternity care.

AIMS, 5 Ann’s Court, Grove Road, Surbiton KT6 4BE.
Helpline 0870 765 1433
Fax 0870 765 1454

Association of Lipspeakers (ALS)
For more information about lipreading and to book a lipspeaker.

ALS, 5 Furlong Close, Upper Tean,
Stoke-on-Trent ST10 4LB.
Telephone 01538 722482
Textphone 01538 722442
Fax 01538 722442

Association for Post-Natal Illness
Support for mothers who have postnatal illness.

The Association for Post-Natal Illness,
145 Dawes Road, Fulham,
London SW6 7EB.
Helpline 020 7386 0868
Fax 020 7386 8885

Information about the TENS machine for pain relief during labour, including where to hire one.

BDF Newlife
Offers help to parents, carers and professionals concerned about birth defects.

BDF Newlife, BDF Centre,
Hemlock Business Park, Hemlock Way,
Cannock WS11 7GF.
Telephone 01543 468888
Fax 01543 468999
Here to Help Nurse
Service 08700 70 70 20
Fax 01543 468999

Benefits for pregnant women and parents (see also Working parents)

Benefit Enquiry Line (BEL)
BEL is a free advice line run by the Department
for Work and Pensions.

Telephone 0800 882200
Textphone 0800 243355
Northern Ireland: Telephone 0800 220674
Textphone 0800 243787

A website to help you choose where to have your baby and who to help look after you in labour.

BLISS – the premature baby charity
Provides support and information to parents and families who have, or have had, a baby in special care.

BLISS – the premature baby charity,
68 South Lambeth Road,
London SW8 1RL.
Telephone 0870 770 0337
Fax 0870 770 0338

Packed with information about breastfeeding.

The Breastfeeding Network
The Breastfeeding Network can give breastfeeding women support and information. Contact their Supporter line or drop in to one of their support centres and speak to a breastfeeding supporter face-to-face.

The Breastfeeding Network,
PO Box 11126, Paisley PA2 8YB.
Supporter line 0870 900 8787

British Complementary Medicine Association
Can put you in touch with professional organisations to help you find a qualified practitioner.

British Complementary Medicine Association,
PO Box 5122,
Bournemouth, Dorset BH8 0WG.
Telephone 0845 345 5977
Fax 0845 345 5977

British Deaf Association (BDA)
The BDA Helpline provides a range of information and advice on subjects such as the Disability Discrimination Act (1995), welfare benefits, education, BSL and the Deaf community.

British Deaf Association London and South East
69 Wilson Street
London, EC2A 2BB
General Enquiries:
Videophone IP:
Textphone: 020 7588 3529
Telephone: 020 7588 3520
Fax: 020 7588 3527

British Institute for Learning Disabilities (BILD)
Campion House,
Green Street,
Worcestershire, DY10 1JL
Tel: 01562 723010
Fax: 01562 7230

Information on local and national childcare.

Child Accident Prevention Trust
Information about how to help your child avoid accidents.

Child Accident Prevention Trust,
18-20 Farringdon Lane,
London EC1R 3HA.
Telephone 020 7608 3828
Fax 020 7608 3674

Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB)
Your local CAB will give free advice on the Disability Discrimination Act (1995). In some situations, they may provide representation. Do an online search at or see your phonebook for your nearest CAB.
A website for the adult, hearing children of deaf parents. CODA = Children of Deaf Adults.
A website for Deaf parents with children with regular social events/ activities.

Community Legal Service
The Community Legal Service can give you details of your local advice centre in England and Wales.

Telephone 0845 608 1122
Textphone 0845 609 6677

Contact a Family
Information and support for families with disabled children.

Contact a Family, 209-211 City Road, London
Contact a Family Helpline 0808 808 3555
Textphone 0808 803 3556
Fax 0207 608 8701

Council for the Advancement of Communication with Deaf People (CACDP)
CACDP has a directory that lists a range of human aids to communication, for example BSL/English interpreters, who are registered with CACDP.

CACDP, Durham University Science Park, Block
4, Stockton Road,
Durham DH1 3UZ.
Telephone 0191 383 1155
Textphone 0191 383 7915
Fax 0191 383 7914

CoDPUK (Children of Deaf Parents uk)
CoDPUK (Children of Deaf Parents uk) is a small organisation set up for Deaf parents and their children in 2004 by a small group of frustrated Deaf parents who having had hearing children have then faced the lack of specific support services.


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Daycare Trust
The Daycare Trust provides general information and advice about childcare.

Daycare Trust, 21 St George’s Road, London
SE1 6ES.
Telephone 020 7840 3350
Fax 020 7840 3355

‘One Plus’ project: an inclusive and proactive support system working to educate, support and enable young Deaf parents and Deaf parents to be, to cope and deal with pregnancy and parenthood.
A website for professionals working with deaf children and their families, with lots of  useful information for parents of deaf children.

Deaf Books

Deaf Parenting UK Forum
An e-mail group that puts deaf parents, and professionals who work with them, in touch with each other to share information and offer support. Visit to join DPUK Forums.

Deaf Sign

The Disability Law Service (DLS)
The DLS provides free legal advice to disabled people and representation where appropriate.

39-45 Cavell Street,
E1 2BP.
Telephone 020 7791 9800
Textphone 020 7791 9801
Fax 020 7791 9802

Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood international (DPPi)
Contact DPPi for information and resources for disabled parents. They have information sheets about deaf parenting for deaf families and midwives. They also have a support worker for parents.

DPPi, National Centre for Disabled Parents,
Unit F9,
89-93 Fonthill Road, London N4 3JH.
Telephone 0800 018 4730
Textphone 0800 018 9949
Fax 020 7263 6399

The Disability Rights Commission (DRC) Helpline
The DRC provides free advice to people who have been discriminated against. They may also provide representation. They also run a conciliation service to try and resolve problems with service providers without going to court.

Disability Rights Commission,
Freepost MID 02164,
Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 9BR.
Telephone 08457 622 633
Textphone 08457 622 644
Fax 08457 778 878
Helpline E-mail:
Enquiries E-mail
A government website with information about rights for working parents.

Contact Drinkline if you are worried about your drinking during pregnancy.

Drinkline, Freepost, PO Box 4000,
Glasgow G3 8XX.
Telephone 0800 917 82 82
Textphone 0800 027 4114

Eating for pregnancy helpline
For advice on what to eat during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Eating for pregnancy helpline,
Centre for pregnancy nutrition,
University of Sheffield, Room 20,
The Jessop Wing, Tree Route Walk,
Sheffield S10 2SF.
Telephone 0845 130 3646
Fax 0114 226 1074

Family planning clinic
Check your local telephone directory for details of your local clinic or ask your GP.

Family Rights Group
Advice and support for families whose children are involved with social services.

Family Rights Group, The Print House,
18 Ashwin Street, London E8 3DL.
Telephone advice line 0800 731 1696
Fax 020 7923 2683

Foresight, The association for the promotion of preconceptual care
Information about how to make the most of your health, to make the most of your fertility.

Foresight, 28 The Paddock,
Godalming GU7 1XD.
Telephone 01483 427839
Fax 01483 427668

The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (FSID)
FSID can advise you on how to look after your baby safely and how to reduce the risk of a cot death.

FSID, Artillery House,
11-19 Artillery Row, London SW1P 1RT.
Helpline 0870 787 0554
Textphone 0870 787 0885
Fax 0870 787 0725

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Support and advice for lone parents.

Gingerbread, 7 Sovereign Close, Sovereign
Court, London E1W 3HW.
Telephone 0800 018 4318
Fax 020 7488 9333

Hearing Concern
Hearing Concern provides advice, support and information to hard of hearing adults. They also promote communication access and raise public and professional awareness of the issues associated with hearing loss.

Hearing Concern,
275/281 King Street, London W6 9LZ.
Helpdesk 0845 0744 600
Textphone 0845 0744 600
Fax 020 8742 9043

Information and support for families of children five years and under.

Homestart, 2 Salisbury Road,
Leicester LE1 7QR.
Helpline: 08000 68 63 68
Fax 0116 233 0232

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority
Advice if you are thinking about having treatment to help you get pregnant.

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority,
Paxton House,
30 Artillery Lane, London E1 7LS.
Telephone 0207 377 5077
Fax 0207 377 1871

A website which answers lots of questions about vaccinating your baby against diseases.

Independent Midwives Association
Information about finding and using an independent midwife.

Independent Midwives Association,
1 The Great Quarry, Guildford GU1 3XN.
Telephone 01483 821104

Institute for Complementary Medicine (ICM)
Contact the ICM if you would like to find a practitioner listed on the British Register of Complementary Medicine.

ICM, PO Box 194, London SE16 7QZ.
Telephone 020 7237 5165
Fax 020 7237 5175

Jobcentre Plus
Advice about making a claim for Maternity Allowance or Incapacity Benefit.  See your phone book or visit for contact details of your local office.

Law Centres Federation,
18-19 Warren Street, London W1T 5LR.
Telephone 020 7387 8570
Fax 020 7387 8368

La Leche League
La Leche League helps mothers to breastfeed. They give mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information and education. If you have an urgent enquiry you can  contact their 24-hour helpline.

La Leche League (Great Britain),
PO Box 29, West Bridgford,
Nottingham NG2 7NP.
Helpline 0845 120 2918
Fax 0115 981 5597

Local deaf parenting groups
Find out if there is a local group of deaf parents:
• Have a look on
• Contact DPPi (anchored to DPPi contact details)
• Contact your local council or social services to see if they are running a deaf parenting group.

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Marie Stopes International
Can give you information on a range of sexual health issues including contraception and abortion.

Marie Stopes International,
153-157 Cleveland Street,
London W1T 6QW.
Telephone 020 7574 7400
Fax 020 7574 7417

Maternity Alliance
Can give parents, and parents-to-be, advice about your rights at work and benefits you may be able to claim.

Maternity Alliance, Third Floor West, 2-6
Northburgh Street, London EC1V 0AY.
Information line 020 7490 7638
Fax 020 7014 1350

Information and advice for people with a learning disability, their families and carers.

Mencap, 123 Golden Lane,
London EC1Y 0RT.
Telephone 0808 808 1111
Textphone 0808 8181
Fax 020 708 3254

Meningitis Research Foundation
Information about meningitis including a subtitled video – Holly’s story.

Meningitis Research Foundation,
Midland Way, Thornbury,
Bristol BS35 2BS.
Telephone 080 8800 3344
Fax 01454 281094

Miscarriage Association
The Miscarriage Association can give you support and information if you have lost a baby during pregnancy.

Miscarriage Association, c/o Clayton Hospital,
Northgate, Wakefield WF1 3JS.
Telephone 01924 200799
Fax 01924 298834

Get in touch with other deaf mothers, with the National Childbirth Trust
The National Childbirth Trust has an Experience register that puts women in touch with other women to share experiences. If you would like to get in touch with other deaf mothers contact the Experience register:

Telephone 0870 444 8707

National Childbirth Trust (NCT)
The National Childbirth Trust supports all parents, however you feed your baby (see earlier for contact details). You can also contact their

Breastfeeding line to speak to a trained counsellor if you are finding breastfeeding painful, or have any questions about breastfeeding.

Telephone 0870 444 8708
(Open 8am-10pm, every day of the year)

National Deaf Services
South West London and St George's Mental Health Services NHS Trust

Old Church,
146a Bedford Hill,
SW12 9HW
Tel: 020 8675 2100
Minicom: 020 8675 2200
Videophone: 020 8675 9707
Fax: 020 8675 2266

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS)
NDCS is an organisation of parents, families and carers. They provide information on audiology, communication, education, financial support and technology for deaf children. They also have a network of regional staff offering support near you, with special events for families.

NDCS, 15 Dufferin Street,
London EC1Y 8UR.
Freephone helpline 0808 800 8880
Textphone 0808 800 8880
Fax 0207 251 5020
Informative site on all aspects of parenting

Newborn Hearing Screening Programme
Information on the Newborn Hearing Screening programme in the UK including a BSL video with English subtitles. (anchor to DVD & Video section for more info)

NHS Pregnancy Smoking Helpline
Advice and support to help you stop smoking.
Telephone 0800 169 0 169

One Parent Families
Information for lone parents on benefits, work, education, relationship breakdown, children and holidays.

One Parent Families,
255 Kentish Town Road,
London NW5 2LX.
Lone Parent Helpline 0800 018 5026
Fax 020 7482 4851

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Parentline Plus
Help and information for anyone parenting a child.

Parentline Plus, 520 Highgate Studios,
53-79 Highgate Road, London NW5 1TL.
Helpline 0808 800 2222
Textphone 0800 783 6783
Fax 020 7284 5501
Useful site offering information for parents and teenagers on all issues of being and coping as a teenager.

Patient Advocacy Liaison Service
Your local Patient Advocacy Liaison Service can give you advice and support if you want to make a complaint about hospital treatment. You can contact your local PALS by:

  • phoning your local hospital, clinic, GP surgery or health centre and ask for details of the PALS
  • phoning NHS Direct on 0845 46 47
  • search the Office Directory on the PALS Online website

Trust contact details can be found by looking at NHS organisations on
Information about the pulsar TENS machine for pain relief during labour.

Information and support to help you and your partner stop smoking.

Quit, 211 Old Street, London EC1V 9NR.
Quitline 0800 00 22 00
Textphone 0800 00 22 22
Fax 0207 251 1661

RNID Casework Service
The RNID Casework Service provides information and advice to the public and professionals on the Disability Discrimination Act (1995). In some situations, the Casework Service may be able to help you bring your case to court, and provide you with representation in court.

RNID Casework Service,
19-23 Featherstone Street,
London EC1Y 8SL.
Telephone 0808 808 0123
Textphone 0808 808 9000
Fax 020 7296 8199

RNID Information Line
The RNID Information Line offers a wide range of information on many aspects of being deaf or hard of hearing.

RNID Information Line,
19-23 Featherstone Street,
London EC1Y 8SL.
Telephone 0808 808 0123
Textphone 0808 808 9000
Fax 020 7296 8199

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Specialist Mental Health Services for Deaf People

The following services are available to Deaf people with mental health problems. The specialist services have a mixture of hearing and Deaf staff with British Sign Language skills. Clinical psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, occupational therapist, counsellors and a multitude of other health professionals work together diagnosing, treating and rehabilitating deaf people suffering from these problems.

National Deaf Services, Adult Team
South West London & St George Mental Health NHS Trust
Old Church,
146a Bedford Hill,
London SW12 9HW.

Tel: 020 8675 2100
Text: 020 8675 2200
Fax: 020 8675 2266

Provides a comprehensive mental health service to adults. Includes in-patient, day-patient, outpatient and community-based services. The services offer to deaf people assessment and management of psychiatric, behavioural, communication and social problems, this includes inpatient, day patient and outpatient facilities and an established community home network.

National Deaf Mental Health Services
Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust
Denmark House,
Queen Elizabeth Psychiatric Hospital,
Mindelsohn Way, off Vincent Drive, Edgbaston,
Birmingham, B15 2QZ,

Tel: 0121 678 2005
Text: 0121 678 2477
Fax: 0121 678 2179
Provides a comprehensive mental health service for Deaf adults.

National Centre for Mental Health and Deafness
Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust
The John Denmark Unit
Bury New Road,
M25 3BL,

Tel: 0161 772 3400
Text: 0161 772 3407
Fax: 0161 798 5853

Provides a comprehensive mental health service to Deaf people, throughout the UK. In-patient, day-patient, outpatient and community based services.

Whitepost Health Care Group
Inpatient Hospital Unit
Lavender Place
Whitepost Hill,

Tel: 01737 764664
Fax: 01737 780710

Lavender Place is a 7-bedded rehabilitation in patient unit, fully adapted for the needs of deaf adults with severe and enduring mental health problems.

We also have a three-bedded cottage and “step down” facility. This is designed for those moving from Lavender towards full community integration

North East Community Mental Health and Deafness Service
Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Trust
St. Nicholas Hospital
Jubilee Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne

Tel: 0191 2232868
Text: 0191 2232989
Fax: 0191 2232881

Offer assessment and treatment to Deaf Adults with mental health problems living in the North East of England

Deaf Mental Health Services, Nottinghamshire
Emmanuel Chan
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
c/o Stonebridge Centre
Cardiff Street,
Carlton Road,

Tel: 0115 9483268
Fax: 0115 9859894
Text: 0115 8418826

A nurse-led community-based secondary service provides specialist care for deaf and hard of hearing people with mental health needs in Nottinghamshire. The service is funded with 2 full time community mental health nurses by the three PCT in Nottinghamshire and based in Nottingham and Mansfield.

Forensic Deaf Services

Mental Health Forensic Deaf Services
Nottingham Healthcare NHS Trust
Rampton Hospital
DN22 0PN

Tel: 01777  247811/ 247380
Text: 01777 247273
Fax: 01777 247594

Rampton Hospital is a high security psychiatric hospital and part of the NHS. Patients at Rampton Hospital are kept securely due to acute Mental Health issues, which can pose a risk to themselves and the public. 

Alpha Hospital (Private)
Bolton Road, off Buller Street,
BL8 2BS.
Tel: 0161 762 7200
Text: 0161 762 7235
Fax: 0161 762 4747

Alpha Hospitals is a Low to Medium Secure Unit for Deaf People who suffer from a Mental Health Illness and/or personality disorders. Alpha Hospital has separate Male and female units.

Saint Mary Hospital (Private)
Winwick Road

Tel: 01925 42330
Fax: 01925 576752

Saint Mary’s Hospital is an Open Rehabilitation Ward, Low and Medium Secure Hospital. The service provides specialist rehabilitative care and support for independent living enabling deaf people to live in community settings whenever possible.

Deaf Child and Family Team

Britain’s only psychiatric service that assesses and treats deaf children of all ages and their families. The service offers diagnostic assessment and inpatient facilities

National Deaf Services, Child and Family team
South West London & St George Mental Health NHS Trust
High Trees,
Springfield University Hospital,
61 Glenburnie Road,
London SW17 7DJ

Tel: 020 8682 6925
Fax: 020 8682 6461
Text: 020 8682 6950

NDS provides two separate services; Corner House, Children inpatient service which is funded from the National Commission Group and is available across UK (excl. Wales).
High Trees Children’s outpatient service, which is also a referral based service. London service referrals have been pre-paid via the London Consortium; those outside of the London area consult with their PCTs

York Deaf Child and Family Service
Selby and York PCT (National Commission Group)
31 Shipton Road
York YO3 6RE

Tel: 01904  726926
Fax: 01904  632893
Text: 01904 724242

Dudley Deaf Child and Family Service
Dudley PCT (National Commission Group)
Elms Health Centre,
Slade Road,
B63 2UR,

Tel: 01384 366957
Fax: 01384 366980

Dudley and York are local referral services only.

Scottish Association of Sign Language Interpreters (SASLI)
If you need a BSL/English interpreter in Scotland, contact SASLI.

SASLI, Donaldson’s College,
West Coates, Edinburgh EH12 5JJ.
Telephone 0131 347 5601
Textphone 0131 347 5601
Fax 0131 347 5628

Sign & bond
Sign and Bond offers fun signing sessions for all hearing and deaf families in some parts of the UK using a pool of registered trainers.  They also provide extensive resources for families, including a fun and colourful signing DVD for children.


Sign charity

Sign Charity
5 Baring Road
Phone 01494 687600
Fax 01494 687622
Minicom 01494 687626

Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society (SANDS)
Supports parents and their families who have experienced the death of a baby before, during, or shortly after birth. Also has local support groups, literature and a telephone helpline.

SANDS, 28 Portland Place,
London W1B 1LY.
Helpline 020 7436 5881
Fax 020 7436 3715

Information and support for families of twins, triplets and more.

Tamba, 2 The Willows, Gardner Road,
Guildford GU1 4PG.
Telephone 0800 138 0509
Fax 0870 770 3303
A user-friendly guide to employment law.

Trade union
If you are a member of a trade union ask your representative for advice at work.

The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative
The Baby Friendly Initiative provides information about feeding and caring for your baby. This includes clear and easy-to-read leaflets on how to breastfeed successfully.

The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative,
Africa House, 64-78 Kingsway,
London WC2B 6NB.
Telephone 020 7312 7652
Fax 020 7405 2332

Wales Council for the Deaf
You can contact the Wales Council for the Deaf if you want to book a BSL/English interpreter in Wales.

Wales Council for the Deaf,
Glenview House, Courthouse Street, Pontypridd
CF37 1JY.
Telephone 01443 485687
Textphone 01443 485686
Fax 01443 408555

Working families
Information for working families including a support network for parents of children with

Working families, 1-3 Berry Street,
London EC1V 0AA.
Helpline 0800 013 0313
Fax 020 7253 6253


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