Hearing program aims to give indigenous kids a better start

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Selma Kum-Sing

Hearing is integral to learning to speak and read and indigenous kids are at a disadvantage. Hearing loss is three times more likely for them. But the good news is that early detection and treatment means hearing problems can be fixed and the HAP-EE program, run by Hearing Australia, is getting out to communities and making a difference.

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