Cape Coast School for the Deaf faces financial constraints

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“We have the structures but we don’t have the necessary funding to train the special children in the various specialised areas,” he said.

Mr Ametewee dismissed the erroneous impression that  people with disabilities were unproductive and incapable of contributing to the development of the society, saying “these people have the various abilities and only need support to display this to their level best.”

The Chairman of the PTA, Mr  Kofi Odum, called for a greater collaboration between the staff and parents to ensure the smooth administration of the school.

He appealed to parents to pay regular visits to their children in school and not to “just dump them on the teachers.”

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