Study of deaf points to sight problem;News in Brief;News amp; Opinion

5th November 1999 at 00:00
NEARLY half of deaf children may also have vision problems, according to a new study published yesterday.

The eight-year study looked at 108 deaf children in south Derbyshire. The results were presented at a Nottingham conference organised by Sense, the charity working with deaf and blind people, and the National Deaf Children's Society.

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