HC Deb 15 June 1950 vol 476 cc38-9W
104. Sir W. Wakefield

asked the Minister of Labour what steps he has taken to inquire into and make known to those concerned the whole field of possible employment for deaf adolescents.

Mr. Isaacs

I have not found it necessary to institute an inquiry on the lines suggested. A wide range of employment is available for the deaf adolescent who, with other handicapped persons, can readily get advice and guidance about employment openings from youth employment and disablement resettlement officers. These officers work in close cooperation with associations for the deaf throughout the country.

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