A proposed scenario to reduce withdrawal behavior in a deaf child
This study is based on an important topic which is the withdrawal behavior of the deaf child. Hearing impairment obscures children from positive and effective participation with those around them. Their interaction with others often depends on different methods and methods than ordinary children, as deaf children are more exposed to problems Behaviorism from their ordinary peers tends to withdraw from social
participation and the inability to take responsibility. The main objective of this study is to modify the withdrawal behavior of the deaf child. It also aims to provide perceptions and proposals to reduce the child's withdrawal behavior in addition to identifying obstacles and ways
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