Hot off the press – Welcome to our DPUK Winter 2013 Newsletter. In this issue you will find:
- Winter welcome from Nicole, DPUK Coordinator
- Update news from Asif, DPUK Ambassador including Gerry Hughes as our special guest and DPUK’s successful training of 10 new Parenting Practitioners.
- Special Feature on Doula
- DPUK Family Events News updates
- DPUK Support Group update in last 12months
- DPUK’s and local Support Groups/ Events – dates for your diary
- Contact Us
I hope you find the contents informative, your comments and/or views would be most welcome!
Don’t forget the deadline for submissions for the next newsletter is Sunday 24th February 2013.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Also thank you to all readers for the fantastic feedback, here are some selections:
“Thanks for this newsletter, it was a bit of an eye-opener – I’m absolutely amazed that a nursery can just close like that with no warning to parents. I would have thought (indeed I assumed) that there were some rules about how things should be done, certainly for Ofsted registered nurseries. It’s quite worrying really that children and parents can be left in the lurch like that.” Yvonne of National Childbirth Trust (NCT)
“With a big pleasure I read your newsletter – it was so very interesting and cognitive – it’s so nice gift before X-mas. And we printed it in our newspaper for Deaf Ukrainians ‘Our life’.” Nathalie Kamenskaya, Editor of “Our life” newspaper.
“Its wonderful to read what you have achieved with Deaf parenting. Well done!” Karli Dettman, Austrailia
“Just wanted to say what a wonderful edition this newsletter is, such a pleasure reading all the info and news….keep up the very worthwhile work and a very happy year ahead with even more successful events.” Sandra David (deaf mum and deputy head at Frank Barnes School, London)
“Well done in getting the cover of a magazine! Look forward to see ‘Dad’ in pictures too. The article is good, I had it copied for my BSL classes and the response that Deaf parents could cope was very good.” Penny Beschizza, Deaf Parenting UK Trustee