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2听障儿童默默在画画课上露出开心的笑容副本.jpg 3_副本.jpg 4副本.jpg 5_副本.jpg 6在这家幼儿园工作了十年的老师李璐正在同孩子们玩游戏fuben.jpg 7孩子们玩游戏的时候根本区分不了谁是聋儿_副本.jpg 9远远和飞飞同健全孩子在游戏中抱在一起。fuben.jpg 8健全儿童汝洋(右)帮正在洗手远远戴上脱落的助听器fuben.jpg 10 平安的妈妈第一次带儿子来上一对一课程,她认真关注着自己孩子的表现_副本.jpg 11平安在一对一课程上通过与老师玩游戏提高了说话、认知、思维等能力_副本.jpg 12 一位第一次陪孩子进行一对一课程的家长认真的记录笔记,将助听器管理方法写在笔记本上_副本.jpg 13幼儿园张贴的聋儿画的画_副本.jpg
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  • Momo, a hearing-impaired girl, at a drawing class (WEI YAO)
  • Yuanyuan can communicate with the teacher almost like a normal kid (WEI YAO)
  • Guoguo (right) listens to the teacher's instructions to a game (WEI YAO)
  • Momo and Guoguo learn to feel their ears as part of a game (WEI YAO)
  • Li Lu, who has worked in the kindergarten for ten years, plays a game with her students (WEI YAO)
  • Enjoying the game (WEI YAO)
  • Yuanyuan and Feifei hug their peers as part of a game (WEI YAO)
  • Ruyang (right), a normal kid, helps Yuanyuan who is washing his hands, wear his hearing-aid that he has dropped (WEI YAO)
  • Ping'an's mother accompanies him to have a one-on-one class for the first time (WEI YAO)
  • Ping'an makes progress in speaking, perception and thinking by playing games with the teacher (WEI YAO)
  • A parent's note after finishing the first one-on-one class (WEI YAO)
  • Drawings of hearing-impaired kids at the kindergarten (WEI YAO)
  • 2听障儿童默默在画画课上露出开心的笑容副本.jpg
  • 3_副本.jpg
  • 4副本.jpg
  • 5_副本.jpg
  • 6在这家幼儿园工作了十年的老师李璐正在同孩子们玩游戏fuben.jpg
  • 7孩子们玩游戏的时候根本区分不了谁是聋儿_副本.jpg
  • 9远远和飞飞同健全孩子在游戏中抱在一起。fuben.jpg
  • 8健全儿童汝洋(右)帮正在洗手远远戴上脱落的助听器fuben.jpg
  • 10 平安的妈妈第一次带儿子来上一对一课程,她认真关注着自己孩子的表现_副本.jpg
  • 11平安在一对一课程上通过与老师玩游戏提高了说话、认知、思维等能力_副本.jpg
  • 12 一位第一次陪孩子进行一对一课程的家长认真的记录笔记,将助听器管理方法写在笔记本上_副本.jpg
  • 13幼儿园张贴的聋儿画的画_副本.jpg

Normal preschool education is accessible for hearing-impaired kids

By Wei Yao & Yuan Yuan

March 3 marked the 17th National Ear Care Day. The Beijing Qicong Kindergarten was established with assistance from the China Rehabilitation Research Center for Deaf Children (CRRCDC) in 1983. It enrolls both hearing-impaired children and those without disabilities from around the nation. The kindergarten helps hearing-impaired kids get ready for education in regular schools and social communication by integrating them with their peers without hearing difficulties. It also offers one-on-one courses for children in need of hearing-aid devices.

"I hope that all hearing-impaired children can benefit from systematized social safety, and that compulsory education can be extended to the preschool period for children with disabilities," Long Mo, a member of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, China's top political advisory body, and deputy head of the CRRCDC, told Beijing Review.

Copyedited by Bryan Michael Galvan 

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