Support for deaf children aged 0 to 5 years: Guide

Hitchins, A. Lewis, S. Holmans, A. Grover, A. Wakefield, T. Cormier, K. Rowley, K. Macsweeney, M. | View as single page | Feedback/Impact

Monitoring Protocol

Some countries, such as England and Wales, have developed their own materials and courses to ensure that early intervention takes account of best practice early support principles.  The Monitoring Protocol is an example of this.  The purpose of the Monitoring Protocol is to help families, and the professionals that support them, to monitor the progress of their children, to celebrate their children’s successes, to share this with others and to know what to do next.  It can be used with all deaf children, including those using manual forms of communication.


An updated version of the Monitoring Protocol called Success from the Start is now available.





Links to the documents and materials

Monitoring Protocol - User Guide to Monitoring Protocol and Developmental Journal for deaf babies and children

Early Support Monitoring Protocol for Deaf Babies and Children Level 2

Early Support Monitoring Protocol Glossary

Early Support Monitoring Protocol Summative Record

Early Support Monitoring Protocol Development Cards