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Published in speld (sa) Autumn 2007 Newsletter
Childhood Conductive hearing loss is usually caused by ear infections known medically as Otitis Media (glue ear), but the condition can be presented WITHOUT infection.
One in three young school-age children will have undetected conductive hearing loss.
Any of the signs below may indicate hearing loss.
Trish O'Loughlin reminds us that children are usually unaware that they have a hearing loss, let alone a fluctuating one, and offers the following practical strategies in classroom management for the student with a fluctuating conductive hearing loss.
Contributers: Trish O'Loughlin
The Australian Conductive Deafness Association
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