P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:53/02       RECOUNTING FORGOTTEN STORHDS 1/5 A new book chronicling the educational experiences of deafblind people before the turn of the last century was launched last week. Touch, Touch and Touch Again details the lives of this hidden group of society before 1900. It was written by Doreen Woodford, herself a noted former teacher of deafblind people. Its extensive research was carried out by deafblind charity Sense and the British Deaf History Scoiety CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 640 News 101 Weather 400 Next Page N'jstTV Headlines Main Menu
P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/05       BOOK EXPLORES UNCHARTED TERRITORY 2/5 Doreen Woodford's painstaking investigation has uncovered a totally uncharted area of history. Touch, Touch And Touch Again promises to provide a thought-provoking source for future research - Woodford says: "We think the book will be of interest to deafblind people and their teachers as well as those interested in social and education history." * How Deaf Aware are you? With this Deaf Awareness 'fek, Read Hear has set a quiz to gauge your awareness - p641 CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 640 News 101 'father 400 Next Page NgestTV Headlines Main Menu
P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:00/33          BOOC REASSESSES VOICE HEARING 3 1 ht— MHD on Oct 10, mental haalth charity Mind ha3 paleas—— a ground breaking n—w booa on the Making Sensd Of Vgices iq by Ppgf Marius Romme and Sandra Escher. Th— book is a guida fgr profession—ls in the mental health field and could revolutionise psychhatric preapment. It looks at how heaping voices, rather than symptomapic of ill.—ss caf b— a positive, acceptable and dnlightening expdrience. CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 000 H 640 News 001 —athep 400 Next Page N'bst@V Headlinds Main Menu
P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:14/00        BOOK REASSESSES VOICE HEARING 3/5 With World Mental Health Day on Oct 10, mental health charity Mind has released a ground breaking new book on the treatment of people who hear voices Making Sense Of Voices is by Prof Marius Romme and Sandra Escher. The book is a guide for professionals in the mental health field and could revolutionise psychiatric treatment. It looks at how hearing voices, rather than symptomatic of illness, can be a positive, acceptable and enlightening experience. CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 640 News 101 Weather 400 Next Page N dstTV Headlines Main Menu
P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/02    z%bs?j7jw}j50  s{5   hth World Mental Health Day on Oct 10, mental health charity Mind has released a ground breaking new book on the treatment of people who hear voices Making Sense Of Voicas is bx Prof Marius Romme and Sandra Escher The book is a guhde for 0rofession—ls in the l—ntal health field and could revolutionisd psychiatpic treatment. It looks at how hearing voices, rather than symptomatic of illness, can bd a po3htive, —cceptable and enlightening expdrienceN CSV index 650 TV 600 Mahn menu 100 Read Heap 640 News 101 —athep 400 Next Page N dstTV Headlines Main Menu
P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/01       LONDON FAIR CELEBRATES IN STYLE 4/5 Celebrations for World Mental Health Day (Oct 10) are set to be especially colourful in north London this week The Camden and Islington World Mental Health Day Fair is being held at The Friends House on Euston Road - and its special theme is Cultural Diversity. It will feature all manner of activities, with stalls, art and music representing the area's rich ethnic and cultural heritage. For more information call Tulloch Kempe at New Directions Camden: 020 7625 6355 CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 640 News 101 Weather 400 Next Page N'jstTV Headlines Main Menu
P654 CEEFAX 2 654 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/11       WELSH DILEMMA FOR JOB SEEKERS 5/5 People in Wales with a hearing impairment who are unable to learn 'flsh lby be at an extra disadvantage in the job market, s—ys Disability Now. The paper is currently running a story which syas they may be discriminated against because of requirements for Welsh language skills. The October issue also sees the launch of DN's warm homes campaign. For a free copy, call 020 7619 7317 — and if you are on means-tested benefit, you can subscribe to DN for free. CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 640 News 101  400 Next Page N'fstTV Headlines Main Menu