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 Region: Ghana

Title: Screenings at a State School for the Deaf


Hui’er Ghana Hearing recently conducted a hearing screening at the Tetteh Ocloo State School for the Deaf in Tema, Ghana, screening a total of 242 individuals, including 225 pupils and 17 staff members. The screening discovered that 72 of the pupils had a pure tone average (PTA) hearing loss range of 70-80 dB HL. Children aged 5-7 years old with aidable hearing loss could potentially benefit from hearing aids, cochlear implants, and speech therapy, which would enable them to use oral language for communication. However, due to the low socio-economic status of the families, many children with aidable hearing loss are enrolled in schools for the deaf and learn sign language instead. Hui’er Ghana Hearing is actively seeking support from organizations and individuals to raise funds to improve these children’s lives and provide them with hope.

 Live Event: Yes

 Hearing Screening: No

 Social Media: No

 Authorities or policymakers: No

 Influencers or celebrities: No


autoscopy for students


students in waiting to be screened


screening process

 image of school