Things to think about when taking hearing impaired students on off-site activities
I put this together for teachers at school who were regularly taking deaf/Deaf/hearing impaired students on off-site trips/visits and residential activities. It should help teachers to cover the additional needs of hearing impaired students when completing the paperwork and risk assessments for such trips. This is not an exhaustive list, but is reasonably comprehensive. Hope it is useful.


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Created: Dec 1, 2009

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