Education of hearing impaired children in Western Australia

report to the Minister for Education
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Deaf -- Education -- Australia -- Western Australia., Hearing impaired children -- Australia -- Western Austr

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Australia, Western Austr

StatementWestern Australian Council for Special Education.
ContributionsWestern Australia. Education Dept.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV2944.W4 W47 1976
The Physical Object
Pagination[8], 69 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4283052M
ISBN 100724464069
LC Control Number78309430
OCLC/WorldCa4498181

Education of Hearing Impaired Children in Western Australia. Western Australian Council for Special Education, Churchlands.

The document summarizes the findings of the Western Australian Council for Special Education regarding the methodological and administrative problems involved in educating hearing impaired children.

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The Hearing Dogs, situated in Hahndorf, South Australia supply dogs for the hearing impaired. They also supply a number of FM Systems to be used in primary schools. These are supplied and fitted free of charge to schools who have a child in Year 1 suffering from hearing loss or, sometimes, a child suffering symptoms similar to ADHD.

Department of Education and Training Catholic schools Catholic Education of WA Independent schools Association of Independent Schools of WA There are two providers of support services for deaf students in schools in Western Australia.

School for Special Educational Needs: Sensory; Telethon Speech & Hearing - auditory-verbal approach. In 16 libraries. ; 30 cm. Australian Association of Teachers of the Deaf -- Periodicals.

Australian Association of Teachers of the Deaf.

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Deafness. Education, Special. Deafness -- Periodicals. Education, Special -- Periodicals. Children, Deaf -- Education -- Australia -- Periodicals. Gehörlosenpädagogik.

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Zeitschrift. Deaf children -- Education. Deaf -- Education. Hearing impaired children. The incidence of middle ear disease and hearing loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the remote communities of Western Australia: Ms Julie Kim Nguyen, Curtin University. Associate Professor Cori Williams, Curtin University.

Dr Yuriko Kishida, Telethon Speech & Hearing, Curtin University. With its dedicated team, Hearing Australia is the nation’s largest provider of government-funded hearing services for children, young adults up to 26, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, pensioners and veterans.