Deaf Parenting UK (DPUK) The Baby Show
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The Baby Show

Deaf Parenting UK at Earls Court Baby Show 2011:

The widest range of maternity and baby products are available at The Baby Show, Earls Court 28 – 30 October 2011. Come and see us on our Deaf Parenting UK stand G71 where BSL interpreters will be available throughout the show.  [ForEarls Court Show, BSL interpreter(s) provided from Deaf Parenting UK Stand G71 on each day and on Stage only on Saturday.]  An unbeatable day out with shopping, exclusive offers and amazing choice – you will save money and time from countless trips to the stores – The Baby Show has all the brands and shops you need in one place! With over 300 must-have brands to choose from, including: Tommee Tippee, SugarJack, Aden & Anais, Fisher-Price, Trunki, Cuddledry, Annabel Karmel and Britax.  Plus the amazing show offers including 10% off Mothercare, 25% off all Superdrug own brand items and 10% off everything on the M&S stand.  Don’t miss your opportunity to speak to the experts who will be live on stage talking on all the key topics for new parents, including Clare Byam-Cook on breastfeeding, Annabel Karmel on feeding your baby, Megan Faure on sleep and Dr Julie Coultas on child development and play. On Saturday 29th October, a BSL interpreter will be in attendance on stage and a hearing loop will be sited around the stage area available for us.  Book now and save £7.50* on every ticket, meaning you pay just £12.50.  Register today by visiting www.thebabyshow.co.uk/tickets or by simply calling 08712310844, quoting EC690.   *offer relates to advance ticket sales only. The Advance Ticket Box Office closes midnight on the 27th October 2011.  **Calls cost 10 pence per minute plus network extras. Booking fee applies. For full terms and conditions, visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk.  ***Charges apply for Home Delivery service. 

Deaf Parenting UK is working in partnership with the Baby show in 2011

Deaf Parenting UK will provide BSL interpreters at each day of the Baby Show at the London ExCel centre and the NEC, Birmingham and Earl’s Court Exhibition centre, London.  The ExCel Show will take place 18th—20th February 2011 in London’s Docklands and the Birmingham Show will take place 20th—22nd May 2011, and the Earl’s Court Show will take place 28th—30th October 2011.  Deaf Parenting UK will provide BSL interpreters each day of the Shows from the Deaf Parenting UK stand, enabling Deaf parents to meet experts at the various other stands at the show. This is a fantastic opportunity for Deaf parents to ask questions and learn about baby stuff during their visit to the Baby Show.  To learn more and check out the programme, please visit: http://www.thebabyshow.co.uk  Deaf Parenting UK’s info can be found on The Baby Show ExCel, NEC and Earls Court  To book your tickets simply call 0871 231 0844* or visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk quoting EC146, and don’t forget Kids 0-10 Go Free!   Or to win FREE tickets, please email info@deafparent.org.uk with your  request. Also if you have booked your place, please let us know on info@deafparent.org.uk of which day you are coming, to ensure numbers for BSL interpreters.  We look forward to seeing you at The Show!    The Baby Show is Expecting You!    Earls Court London, 22-24 October 2010  Join us at The Baby Show, taking place at London’s Earls Court on 22-24 October 2010 – you’ll find everything dedicated to pregnancy, birth, baby and beyond. With unbeatable shopping, exclusive offers, fantastic entertainment plus expert advice and information, The Baby Show really is an essential part of having a baby.  Here’s a sneak preview at just some of the great benefits of attending The Baby Show
  • Hundreds of offers including 10% off at Mothercare and Fisher-Price, plus great deals on all your baby essentials
  • Celebrity mum Myleene Klass will be live on stage sharing her pregnancy and parenting tips
  • Live talks from  Annabel Karmel on nutrition, Prima Baby’s Jo Tantum on sleep routines, and Clare Byam-Cook with breast feeding top tips, plus essential first aid from the British Red Cross
  • One to one advice from the midwives at the Tommy’s Meet the Midwives and Health Visitors Centre sponsored by Caffeine Free Diet Coke
  • Entertainment for all the family including, the Face of The Baby Show competition, the Sainsbury’s Try Team with live recipe demonstrations, Mothercare Maternity Fashion Show, the Fisher-Price Crèche, play zones and lots more!
To make your day out even more enjoyable we’ve made it completely hassle free – Pampers Changing Room with free wipes and nappies, Tommee Tippee Feeding Area with FREE food plus plenty of areas to put your feet up and recharge the batteries. And once you’ve stocked up on the baby essentials there is the Emma’s Diary shopping drop off point and collect by car service, as well as home delivery.  We’ve teamed up with The Baby Show to provide BSL interpreters each day of The Show from the Deaf Parenting UK stand K55 and on the Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure Stage with Prima Baby on Saturday 23 October. See Baby Show leaflet which show Deaf Parenting UK (under Advice & Info section).  To book your tickets simply call 0871 231 0844* or visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk quoting EC146, and don’t forget Kids 0-10 Go Free!   Or to win FREE tickets, please email info@deafparent.org.uk with your  request. Also if you have booked your place, please let us know on info@deafparent.org.uk of which day you are coming, to ensure numbers for BSL interpreters.  We look forward to seeing you at The Show!            The Baby Show with Prima Baby and headline sponsor Fisher-Price is coming to The NEC, Birmingham on 21 – 23 May 2010. Discover big brands and one off boutiques that you won’t find on the high street, all together in one place so you can compare products to find the perfect fit for your lifestyle. Visitors will benefit from hundreds of show offers (many cheaper than internet prices!) to help you save time and money!  Hear from the expert speakers who can answer all your questions from nutritional advice through to how to get a good night’s sleep.     Deaf Parenting UK will be providing BSL interpreters on all three days to enable all Deaf visitors to access to all exhibitors stands. To book, please visit our stand – T31.   Here’s a sneak preview at just some of the great benefits of attending The Baby Show: 
  • Hundreds of offers including 10% off Fisher-Price and Mothercare, and great deals on Bugaboo Pushchairs, Tommee Tippee products and much more
  • Live talks from  Jo Tantum on sleep routines, Annabel Karmel on nutrition, Clare Byam-Cook with breast feeding top tips and Katie Price on the idea behind her new baby range, KP Baby
  • One to one advice from the midwives at the Tommy’s Meet the Midwives and Health Visitors CentreCaffeine Free Diet Cokesponsored by
  • Entertainment for all the family – the Face of The Baby Show competition, fashion shows, play zones and lots more
To make the day out even more enjoyable we’ve made it hassle free – wide aisles for bumps and buggies, plenty of areas to put your feet up & recharge the batteries and once you’ve stocked up on the baby essentials there is the shopping drop off point and collect by car service, as well as home delivery.     For more information and to book tickets, visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk or call 0871 231 0844* and quote BS146. Kids 0-10 GO FREE.  We’d love to see you there!  Deaf Parenting UK Team  * Calls cost 10 pence per minute from a BT landline. Calls from other networks, or mobiles may vary. Booking fee applies. The Advanced Ticket Box Office closes 19 May 2010.  For full terms and conditions, visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk. 

Excel on 19th -21st Feb 2010

The Baby Show really is a great value day out for the whole family! Great offers are available (many cheaper than internet prices) on an array of products and all the baby essential: prams, cots, carriers and car seats, feeding equipment, baby clothes, nappies, maternity wear, nursery furniture and lots more. The Show is filled with major brands, luxury retailers and unique boutique companies not seen on the high street.  Try before you buy! Test the latest travel systems and car seats to find the best solution for you. The Baby Show offers you a unique experience which allows you to get advice and compare products from the big brands direct such as Britax, Stokke and Maclaren or head to one of the large retailers such as Mothercare, Glasgow Pram Centre or Baby Planet to get some independent advice.  Parents and parents-to-be can pick up lots of expert advice and information. Visit the Persil and Comfort Pure Stage with Prima Baby for great talks on topics such as sleep routines, baby nutrition, and much more! Plus catch up with celebrity mum Tess Daly who will be signing copies of her new book ‘The Baby Diaries’ and get the latest advice from Dr Miriam Stoppard. There’s also the Tommy’s Meet The Midwives & Health Visitors Centre sponsored by Caffeine Free Diet Coke for informal one-to-one chats with their experts. Or discover new foods and recipes for little ones at the Journey of Discovery with Heinz  Fantastic Entertainment! It’s a great day out for the whole family. There are maternity and baby fashion shows for mums-to-be and the fantastic Tomy Play Area for the little ones. Check out www.thebabyshow.co.uk for the latest information and timetables.  What’s more, a visit to The Baby Show is hassle-free; the Pampers Changing Room with FREE nappies & wipes, Tommee Tippee Feeding Area with private breast-feeding & bottle warming facilities as well as FREE Heinz baby food and a FREE supervised crèche for baby free shopping*. Plus, there are wide aisles, plenty of seating and refreshment areas such as the Pregnacare Juice Bar.  If you’ve taken advantage of the great offers and stocked up on all your essentials Emma’s Diary is offering a FREE Shopping Drop-off & Collect by Car service to all visitors!  Save big by booking in advance. To book tickets visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk or call 0871 231 0844* and quote EX146.  For more information and to book tickets visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk 

DPUK VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

We look forward to seeing you there!  If you are interested please contact at media@deafparent.org.uk 

Feedback from previous Baby Shows 2008-2011:

DEAF PARENTING UK LAUNCHES WORKING PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BABY SHOW  Deaf Parenting UK is proud to work in partnership with The Baby Show to ensure that Deaf Parents are fully inclusive.  Deaf Parenting UK will provide BSL interpreters each day of the Show from Deaf Parenting UK stand, enabling Deaf parents to meet experts at various stands. This is a fantastic opportunity for Deaf parents to ask questions and learn about baby stuff during the three days show at Earls Court. 
Leaflet of Deaf Parenting UK explained aboout BSL interpreters available on all three days and on The Stage only on Sat. 
Feedback from fellow exhibitors/ partners and celebrities on our presence at the Baby Shows to date as below:    

“I believe all parents should be able to socialise with their peers. Deaf Parenting UK does a great job making this is possible!” (Huggies) 

   “I would like to support Deaf Parenting UK as I believe every parents should have the opportunity to give their child the best possible start in life. It is good to see that at my talks at the Baby Show there is a British Sign Language interpreter.  British Sign Language interpreters help to communicate between the exhibitions and Deaf people and I would like to see more help given to Deaf parents.” Annabel Karmel MBE   

Deaf Parenting UK does an amazing job bringing families together and giving wonderful support.  The organisation benefits the Deaf community and the hearing community in terms of enhancing people’s understanding.  Prima Baby magazine applauds everyone behind the organisation and the great work it does!” Elaine Griffiths, Editor, Prima Baby 

     “Deaf Parenting UK are doing great work in supporting Deaf families it’s great to know that there help and support out there for parents who need it” Fisher Price      

“I am delighted to see Deaf Parenting UK supporting parents to have a positive experience of pregnancy and parenthood.” National Childbirth Trust (NCT) 

  

     “I am very pleased to see Deaf Parenting UK at the Baby Show this year. It‘s fantastic to make sure that all new parents receive the advice and resources that they need.” Persil Non Bio      

 

Philips AVENT is delighted to lend its support to Deaf Parenting UK in its work to provide vital help and advice to Deaf parents.  The charity campaigns tirelessly to raise awareness of the particular needs of Deaf parents and makes a real difference to many families. Philips AVENT 

     “Parenting is a difficult challenge for everyone and I’m delighted that Deaf Parenting UK has made an appearance at the Baby Show this year.  I hope my talk about parenting problems can be enjoyed by all families especially Deaf families.” Gitte Daniels, Childcare Consultant and feature writer for Wonder Nanny in Prima Baby Magazine       

 

“I believe parenting your baby with awareness of how babies perceive the world through their senses is very beneficial. For instance baby wearing (using a sling) can calm irritable babies through their sense of movement.  I am support Deaf Parenting UK.” Meg Faure, Author of Baby Sense and Sleep Sense 

         “I think what you are doing is great. Promoting access to Positive Parenting information in the Deaf community is a great thing” YeGads (specialist website for dads)              

Baby Bond Ultra Sound is exception pleased to be able to offer our Deaf clients support with our link to Deaf Parenting UK.” (Elizabeth Mason, Marketing Manager and Midwife, Baby Bond Ultra Sound) 

           “ITV Signpost support Deaf Parenting UK, recognising the important work they are doing to give support to Deaf parents, happy supported parents means happy and fulfilled children and families.” Eileen Young, Manager, ITV Signpost.          “I am delighted to be able to support Deaf Parenting UK with links between our businesses.  I hadn’t previously thought about the challenges that Deaf parents face when it comes to receiving information and I hope that we can do more to make our Directories more useful.” Lare Flawn Thomas, Editor, The Baby Directory             “I really think it is fantastic that Deaf Parenting UK are at the Baby Shows helping deaf parents to get information from the experts on the stage and chat to the exhibitors around the show. It is a wonderful, fulfilling yet bewildering journey that you go on as a new parent and every one deserves the support and knowledge that the Baby Show gives.”  Lucy Piper, Baby Show Presenter     “Deaf Parenting UK provides a vital link for both Deaf parents and children to access the care and support we are all entitled too.”   June Pembroke , Midwife   

Deaf pregnant woman question an exhibitor who designed and sells baby sling via male BSL interpreter.

More photos from The Baby Show s : Deaf Dad trying out the pregnancy outfit from Tommy’s, not realising how pregnant women feels! Midwife of Tommy’s explained how outfit works via BSL interpreter.   

 

 
 
 
  

Models - Mum with baby

   

Presenter on Stage show with BSL interpreter at the back of stage.

 

  

 

Nicole of DPUK meet Deaf parents, discussing their concerns.

                       

“I feel that it is a good idea as it supports the deaf community.  Deaf people in my experience do not have enough support and becoming a parent is hard enough even with the help there.  Deaf Parenting UK gives the vital help, advice and support that deaf people required” Rachel McDonald 

     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     

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