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Comparative analysis of selected European solutions in the field of early-development support and education of children and youth with hearing impairment

PublisherWarszawa : Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej
Publication date2017
Abstract

The autors propose the analysis of descriptive studies relating to early-development support and education of children and youth with hearing impairment,coming from five surveyed European countries (Poland, Slovakia, France, Germany,Switzerland). Comparison takes into consideration the diversity of socio-political and legal decision-making contexts present in individual countries. Organization of early support and education systems for children and young deaf and hearing impaired visibly stems from these conditions. In all countries there is a noticeable change in legal and social situation of people with hearing impairment, especially children and teenagers. This applies mainly to changes in legislation allowing the use of sign languages and other available means of communication in early-development support, education and social life of people affected by hearing impairment.

Keywords
  • Selected country results comparison
  • Deaf and hard-of-hearing children and youth support and education
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BIENKOWSKA, Katarzyna Ita, TOMINSKA CONTE, Edyta, ZABORNIAK-SOBCZAK, Malgorzata. Comparative analysis of selected European solutions in the field of early-development support and education of children and youth with hearing impairment. In: Selected issues of early-development support and education of children and youth with hearing impairment - comparative analysis on the example of five European countries. Warszawa : Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej, 2017.
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