volume 15, issue 6, P1664-1671 2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-18462013000600030
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Abstract: ABSTRACTIn Spain and in recent years, multiple changes have been experimented in the prevention and care of people with disabilities, particularly in what concerns to deaf people. The interpretation of deafness not only as hearing impairment, but as a communicative difference is causing the provision of educational contexts with bilingual and bicultural characteristics. This new conceptual perspective and the consequent orientation of school practices have positive impact in the fields of health, education an…

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