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Children's Panel

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(Social Welfare) (in Scotland) a group of representatives of relevant agencies, with the power to deal with a child under sixteen who is in criminal or family trouble. Its hearings are private and replace most of the functions of juvenile courts
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M did not attend the hearing, nor did she attend the Children's Hearing which decided that she should have no contact with Z.
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MP3 players can be played at levels so loud they can have a major impact on children's hearing and over time produce hearing loss.
LOW-FLYING military jets are damaging children's hearing, research reveals.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill championed by a Burbank woman that would have required health insurance companies to help pay for children's hearing aids.
50 Years Ago Lip-reading classes for children with defective hearing established at both schools for the deaf, a new school clinic at Warren Farm Road, restarting of the testing of children's hearing by the gramophone audiometer, and expansion of the Child Guidance Service, are among the developments reported in the report for 1952 of the School Medical Officer for Birmingham, Dr Harold Cohen.
In communal life, McCahill serves as treasurer of the Children's Hearing Institute, Director of Neighborhood Housing' Services and a Council member of Lincoln Center's Real Estate Division.
Since the journal's beginnings in the early 1970s, when the idea of children's health as a discipline was yet to be conceived, EHP has published articles on child-relevant issues such as lead toxicity and arsenic-induced changes in children's hearing abilities.
All of the children's hearing scores improved dramatically after they received their implants, and their outcomes were comparable to those of 2- to 5-year-old children who had undergone the procedure, wrote Nikolopoulos and co-authors.

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