Mental Well-being Outcomes for Deaf Young People

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    We do not know enough about deaf children’s mental health difficulties. For example: if a deaf child has mental health difficulties in childhood does that mean they will have difficulties as an adult? What influences mental well-being as deaf children grow up? How do deaf people’s views of their own life events and experiences influence their understanding of well-being? This research study will begin to answer those questions. It will follow up a group of deaf people who were originally studied as children in 1988 and ask them to take part in this new research to find out what happened next to them.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)16-17
    JournalBritish Deaf News
    Publication statusPublished - Dec 2010


    • Mental well-being
    • Deaf people


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