Some points of law affecting young people, considered in relation to the new Children and Young Persons Act. Speaker, Pamela Deedes.
Speech Difficulties in Deaf Children
JEAN COOPER is a speech therapist with special experience in this field.
The Child at School
An introductory talk to a group of programmes about some difficulties which may only show when a child has started school. Slowness in reading, awkwardness in writing, ' word blindness,' physical clumsiness, * school phobia -these can happen to normal children for various reasons. Speaker, a Professor of Child Health.
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