Eastenders star Rita Simons has opened his heart about her daughters deafness - and revealed that her daughter eventually lose her hearing completely.
It uses a documentary BBC1 to open the options to explore of five years old, Maiya.
And she was moved to tears while planning her trip in advance for her child.
Rita's ballsy Roxy Mitchell play in the soap opera, tells how hearing-impaired Maiya was diagnosed at six months, but her twin sister, Jaimee hear perfectly.
Without hearing aids, Maiya can hear nothing in his left ear and only very loud sounds in the right side.
Rita and her husband Theo Silverston discovered before the camera definitely Maiya - instead, probably - to suffer a decline.
Maiya is going to a regular school, but Rita begins to wonder whether your child should begin to interact with other deaf children deteriorate as their condition.
She was helping with the option Maiya, a normal life in the world of the hearing or the acceptance of his deafness and life will get more attention faced specialist. But Maiya has "terrible temper tantrums," due to exhaustion trying to keep pace with the other children and to understand what is happening around him is caused.
Rita - a niece of Mr. Alan Sugar - says: "Maiya is actually doing very well in school ... it is on par with its target for her age The Mary Hare - Maiya deliberately isolated, to feel something, Rita attend a special school deaf to see if the children grow and others with similar problems.
Nine out of ten students there go on higher education or to university. The knowledge moves her to tears — particularly when she sees a group of children dancing and singing on stage.