The young Deaf child

Autor/a: LUTERMAN, David M.; KIRTZER-WHITE, Ellen; SEEWALD, Richard C.
Año: 1999
Editorial: Baltimore: York Press, 1999
Tipo de código: ISBN
Código: 0-912752-46-7
Soporte: Papel


Educación, Educación » Familia y Atención temprana


A fascinating review of how the deaf child has been treated historically. A outline what the evidence shows to be best for the child, early intervention, maximization of technology and strong family involvement. What must be overcome are th biases of those who have their own axes to grind, in many cases incluiding audiologists, physicians, educators and the Deaf Community.