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Hearing advisory teachers

 

Overview

The Department of Education and Children's Services employs hearing advisory teachers (also known as education advisors - hearing) to provide professional support, advice and resources to schools and families to improve educational outcomes for students who have impaired hearing or are deaf in the Northern Territory.

The program provides this support through:

The Hearing Advisory Teachers can be contacted directly to ask questions and discuss concerns or issues regarding students with a hearing loss/impairment. A formal request for support can also be made through the school principal or the school's special education consultant.

Abstract adapted from the Northern Territory Government Department of Education and Training

Contacts

Hearing Impairment
Special Education and Disability
Department of Education and Children's Services
Alice Springs
Ph: (08) 8951 1631
Fax: (08) 8951 1682
Arnhem
Ph: (08) 8920 5601
Darwin
Ph: (08) 8920 5601
Fax: (08) 8920 5666
Katherine
Ph: (08) 8920 5601
Tennant Creek
Ph: (08) 8951 1639

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Last updated: 7 February 2013
 
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