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July 11, 1953


JAMA. 1953;152(11):1064-1065. doi:10.1001/jama.1953.03690110078024

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Treatment of Speech Defects.  —The Granhaug School for combating defects of speech was founded in 1919 by Hans Eng, who remained its director till his death in 1939. It is a boarding school with accommodation for 21 pupils and a few day boarders. The age limit for pupils is 7 to 25 years, and the demand for admission has exceeded the supply to such an extent that applicants have had to wait five to six years. It was therefore obvious that this national school must be enlarged, and in 1946 a site was acquired by the state for the erection of a new school. Temporary quarters have meanwhile been provided for some 30 pupils, and in the autumn of 1952 a boarding house was acquired for the accommodation of 36 pupils classified in three age groups. Some 100 pupils can now be accommodated by this school every year for courses

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