Achievements Of Deaf Pupils In Scotland

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Medical Conditions/Visual Impairment/Physical Disabilities

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How many deaf pupils and pre-school children have specific medical conditions or physical difficulties? How many deaf children have eyesight problems? How many of these problems are likely to constitute visual impairment? What proportions of deaf children have specific learning difficulties such as Aspergers Syndrome, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD or SEBD? This information is presented in the Medical Conditions/Visual Impairment/Physical Disabilities ADPS charts.

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Coding System For Visual Impairment Classification

Medical Conditions/Visual Impairment/Physical Disabilities ADPS Charts 2001/2002
Figure 27:	deaf preschool children in Scotland by areas where further assessment may be helpful Figure 27: Deaf preschool children in Scotland by areas where further assessment may be helpful Figure 27:	deaf preschool children in Scotland by areas where further assessment may be helpful Figure 28: Deaf preschool children and group A school pupils in Scotland by classification* of eyesight issues indicated in survey returns Figure 27:	deaf preschool children in Scotland by areas where further assessment may be helpful Figure 29: Incidence of specific learning difficulties among deaf preschool children and group A school pupils in Scotland
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