|Author:||Adair N. Renning,Anne M. Bolander|
|Publisher:||Gallaudet Univ Pr (June 1, 1995)|
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Anne Bolander suffered from congenital hearing loss which her paternal grandmother attributed to prenatal exposure to a certain medication. Anne and her twin brother, Peter, born in 1954 become part of a large family
Anne Bolander suffered from congenital hearing loss which her paternal grandmother attributed to prenatal exposure to a certain medication. Anne and her twin brother, Peter, born in 1954 become part of a large family. Sadly, their mother dies in 1957 and Anne has trouble navigating in the hearing world. Unable to remain in preschool because of her hyperactive behavior and inability to hear directions, her father, stepmother and paternal grandparents are ill-equipped to meet her needs.
Anne was endured five years of this abuse before being removed and placed in St. Mary's of Providence Center, where teachers correctly assessed her as deaf, not retarded. After only one year, Anne returned home and there survived many more years of abuse. Her story calls for vigilance today and everyday.
She endures heart-breaking abuse both at a privately-run home and from her birth family
I Was A Deaf Woman's Ordeal of Misdiagnosis,, and Abuse. by. Anne M. Bolander. She endures heart-breaking abuse both at a privately-run home and from her birth family. She experiences small kindnesses from her grandmother and from the nuns at another home where she is correctly diagnosed as deaf. But her family continues to treat her as if she's retarded, and she experiences horrific abuse and neglect at their hands.
I was number 87. one woman's story of misdiagnosis,, and abuse. Published 2000 by Gallaudet University Press in Washington, DC. Written in English.
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So began Anne Bolander's five-year ordeal at an institution for retarded and unwanted. In relating the story of how she was misdiagnosed as retarded rather than deaf and mistreated at home and at an institution, a longtime employee of General Motors writes: "I sincerely hope that this book will help other children with as-yet undiagnosed hearing problems be spared the horrors I experienced. The co-author has written about her autistic child. Annotation c. Book News, In. Portland, OR (booknews.
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