A possible contribution of group work to the social adjustment of a group of hard of hearing children
Wilk, Michael Peter
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This study was carried on under the auspices of the Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing and the Childrens' Aid Association, Department of Neighborhood Clubs. Its purpose has been to study the adjustment of a group of acoustically handicapped children in a protective group work setting. This study also seeks to explore the following questions: 1. What were the problems in group adjustment as related to the hearing handicap? 2. Vlhat methods were used by the group leader in helping the boys deal with the handicap? 3. Vlhat changes were there regarding the boys' attitude toward their handicap? 4. What was the nature of the cooperative relationship between the two agencies?
Thesis (M.S.)--Boston University