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Pamphlet - How Parents can help their deaf children

From the Collection of Deaf Children Australia 597 St Kilda Road Melbourne Victoria

Description
A loose-leaf printed pamphlet (A5 - 4 pages) of an address given by Dr. Pierre Gorman to the Parents Group of the Princess Elizabeth Kindergarten for the deaf, Elgar Rd, Burwood, Victoria on 25th November, 1960.
Size
14.5cmW 22.5cmH
Object Registration
00170
Keywords
deaf children australia, dca, princess elizabeth kindergarten for the deaf, pekd, dr. pierre gorman, deaf community, parenting
Historical information
Pierre Patrick Gorman, CBE (1 October 1924 – 1 October 2006) was an Australian librarian and academic who specialised in education for children with disabilities. Born profoundly deaf, Gorman was the first deaf person to receive a doctorate at Cambridge University.
When Made
1960
Significance
Documents the changing nature of education of deaf children and the attitudes of the society at large and the current research.
Last updated
15 Sep 2017 at 3:26PM