Hearing impairment

  • Don A. Harrington


The literature on hearing focusses on its measurement, anatomy and physiology, its disorders and their diagnosis, and on prevention and treatment. This chapter is concerned with still another dimension; a perspective on the development of a public health services programme for children with a hearing impairment.


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© H. M. Wallace and G. J. Ebrahim 1981

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