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Working with children with Cytomegalovirus, Auditory Neuropath Spectrum Disorders or Autistic Spectrum disorders

Presented on Monday 2 November 2009

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It is important that professionals working with deaf children have some understanding of the causes to allow them to meet the varied needs of their client base. Approximately 40% of deaf children have additional needs and this day aims to look at three different areas that are increasingly being linked with deaf children:

  • Cytomegalovirus CMV
  • Autistic Spectrum disorder ASD
  • Auditory Neuropathy AN

The day will provide a basic introduction to each, a discussion about some of the potential issues each of these diagnoses may bring and some practical suggestions for working with these children.

Target Audience: Target Audience: Teachers of the Deaf, Parents and all those involved in the education of deaf young people.

Presenters: Carole Torrance, CPD Organiser, Deaf Education, Scottish Sensory Centre, Edinburgh
Jackie Salter, The Ear Foundation, Nottingham

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