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Posted by:Feb 7th 2007, 12:59:58 pm
speechthis is the true spirit we need in the community now! thank you mario and thank you Lang.
Posted by:Feb 6th 2007, 08:24:37 pm
KimberlyThank you, Mario, for supporting such a wonderful program!
Posted by:Feb 6th 2007, 08:11:14 pm
Miss LangAudiologist and Speech Therapist, Sharon Clarke and Paula Bowleg are returning to perform evaluations this Friday February 16th. They will be based out of Central Eleuthera. For more information or to make an appointment, please contact EEO Director, Lang at EEOBahamas@yahoo.com .
Last semester EEO underwrote the visit of Audiologist Kim Scrivins to perform audiogram hearing tests to over 40 children in the North Eleuthera schools. Through EEO, children detected with hearing loss are given free roundtrip transportation to Nassau for follow up visits. Last school year three children were found with severe hearing loss on Eleuthera and a generous Harbour Island business owner, Mario Grant, donated the hearing aides.
These visits from specialists and doctors (neurologists, occupational therapists and eye doctors) are part of the Exceptional Education Outreach (EEO) programs on Harbour Island and Eleuthera.

EEO works daily within 6 of the public schools on Harbour Island and Eleuthera by providing a pull out program for small groups of struggling students.

A seminar series educates local teachers and EEO volunteers on how to reach children with various learning challenges within their classrooms.

We believe every child has the right to reach his or her potential and we are making a difference one child at a time. EEO has been in existence for 8 years has worked with over 140 students and depends on generous financial and in-kind contributions from private foundations and individuals from the Bahamas and all over the world.

For more information or to receive our newsletter visit our website: www.EEOBahamas.org or email us at EEOBahamas@yahoo.com

Thank you to all of you who have become involved with this critically needed service.

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