Attitude towards children with hearing disabilities improving in Lithuania

The attitude towards deaf children and children with hearing disabilities in Lithuania is improving, but lack of hearing aids financed by the state remains the main problem, said organizers of a conference of PAGAVA society which unites families with children with hearing disabilities.
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