Guidance to parents of deaf children: proceedings of a conference convened by the National Deaf Children's Society at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, in September 1964
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Opening Address Mrs Freddy Bloom
Science and the Deaf J M A Lenihan
Experience in Parent Guidance Mrs N H Moseley
ability able accept acquire adult atresia audiology audiometer auditory training child's deafness co-operate cochlea concerned congenital deaf baby deaf child deaf children Deaf Children's Society deal deprivation develop difficulties ear-hole early Eileen Bell emotionally encouraged experience factors father feel finger-spelling FRCS Freddy Bloom frustration given Gordon Smith handicapped child health visitors hearing aid hearing child hearing loss hospital important inner ear knowledge language large number lives look manual communication means of communication middle ear mother National Deaf Children's nursery school otitis media otologist outer ear parent guidance Parents need partially hearing patient peripatetic teacher person play material possible practitioner pregnancy problems of deafness profoundly deaf psychiatrist realise recognise relationship residential school residual hearing situation sound speak speech and lip-reading stress talk teaching thalidomide things training in listening understand wise parent young deaf child