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Deafness lends itself to parents

If parents are educated to recognize hearing defects in their children, later difficulty in school due to poor audio cues can be identified and rectified early lending to improved academia and self esteem. Early recognition of hearing difficulties can be investigated and treatment can be organized tailored to the child's need, rather than suffering poor school attendance and low grades in the future.

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About: Deafness lends itself to parents

Date: 14 July 2005

Source: Med India


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