Coalition wants more help for Ontario students who cannot hear

10/19/2009 | Toronto Star, The

A coalition of advocates says that Ontario needs to provide better health care and support services for children who cannot hear. The group is pushing for the implementation of province-wide standards in screening and services, as well as more money for assistive devices, asking that provincial officials agree to pay for two cochlear implants for each child who cannot hear instead of one.

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