This book was written primarily for parents and other caregivers of young children. It provides a wealth of well-illustrated practical information. The book gives a thorough overview of the different ways to communicate with hearing impaired children. It is written in an easy-to-read style with lots of illustrations and examples from Southern countries.
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Disability and social diversity; functional limitation: hearing; Rehabilitation; therapeutic (treatment); children with disabilities; Disability and community; family & caregivers; Health; systems: health workforce; community-based rehabilitation; management (service delivery); Information & knowledge; communication; Education; technical and vocational education and training; inclusive teaching & learning materials; basic formal education; Human rights; freedom from exploitation violence and abuse; inclusive education
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