Cerebral Palsy. The Pioneer Years of Occupational Therapy in Scotland

1965 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
This is certainly not true of the very professional and useful commentaries and contributions by the editor. Perhaps it is not too much to hope that he might be the author or at least the editor, with a few selected contributors, of a future book on deafness, and that that one will have the virtues of brevity and simplicity that this one possesses, but without the dead wood. In the meantime, in spite of this criticism, most of us will find much of value in it and much to learn from the
more » ... gs of this Oxford conference, with its variety of eminent participants. By the way, how quiet the teachers of the deaf seem to have been.
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