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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Conductive hearing loss and ear infections (2009)

Author

Howard D

Publisher

Phoenix Consulting

City

Darwin

Type

Booklet

 

Description

This booklet outlines how to identify children who may have a conductive hearing loss, and provides information on how hearing loss can contribute to behaviour problems, anxiety and learning difficulties. It also discusses what families, childcare centres and schools can do to minimise the negative effects of these listening problems experienced by children during their childhood.

This resource is particularly relevant for people who work or regularly interact with young children, when ear infections are most common, and with Indigenous children of all ages who commonly experience persistent ear disease during childhood.

The booklet, produced by Phoenix Consulting, is available to order from their Ear Troubles website.

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Contact details

Phoenix Consulting
PO Box 793
Nightcliff
Darwin NT 0814
Ph: (08) 8948 4444
Mobile: 0412 484 487

You can send an email or fax your order to:
Email: damien@phoenixconsulting.com.au
Fax: (08) 8930 9003
Please include the following information:
Organisation, contact person/individual, postal address, Email, phone number, fax number, and the number ofp acks of booklets (10 booklets per pack).

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Last updated: 11 February 2013
 
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