The research study examined the academic achievement within the family position and qualification.
The researchers question concern the role of the Sudanese National Society for the Deaf S.N.S.D as NGO.S in the field of education and social care of the deaf; the study also examined the role of government institution and families in this respect.
The study adopted descriptive analytical approach of research. The primary resources from which data was gathered include, published and unpublished reports, questionnaires which were conducted among the deaf and their families primary sources also include field visits of social organization.
The results which have been drawn include that the poverty, customs and tradition, illiteracy play an important role in hearing impairment also the lack of material resources.
The result of the research stated number of reason for the academic achievement the level of the parents education and awareness also the hearing impairment took place due to the genetic orders and the blood bond within the relation with the wife and husband. That more people have no awareness of taking medicine not under the physician's orders.
So the results show that when the family members are well educated and have a wide awareness their deaf child's academic achievement is good and progresses.
The research stated that the social brought up to the deaf is an important role that affects his academic achievement.
Also the research slated that tile good environment of the deaf child to be good person in the society is very crucial for his/ her success in academic and social life and the study take research and it is result become that the deaf people in Sudan in spite of they having chance in education in the S.NS.D 1-lope and challenge schools that they have integration in the society and all aspect of life and that the social care in the family is very important to all aspects of life to the deaf people and it must be a very good and pre-school education to the deaf to have training and learn spoken and sign language and social experiences.
The last policy that the researcher give in the end of her thesis.