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2 edition of Shawbrook school for partially hearing children and an audiological assessment unit. found in the catalog.

Shawbrook school for partially hearing children and an audiological assessment unit.

Robert J. Ward

Shawbrook school for partially hearing children and an audiological assessment unit.

by Robert J. Ward

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Published .
Written in English


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ContributionsManchester Polytechnic. Department of Environmental Design.
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Open LibraryOL13829798M


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Shawbrook school for partially hearing children and an audiological assessment unit by Robert J. Ward Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shawbrook school for partially hearing children and an audiological assessment unit by Robert J. Ward, unknown edition, in English. They were admitted at age 2+ (in reality as soon as they were toilet trained) and stayed throughout their primary and secondary education. About a mile away was Shawbrook School for the Partially Hearing, and pupils with a greater degree of hearing went there.

The Royal School for the Deaf, Cheadle, accepted both day and residential pupils. v Pavel D. Hrubý ([email protected]) Lukáš Halouzka: Naprosto s Vámi souhlasím. Původně jsem nechtěl tento článek komentovat, aby si čtenáři nemysleli, že jsem ten nejchytřejší, co všechno ví, ale jak vidím, není můj názor ojedinělý.