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What does it mean to be Deaf?
What is deafness? Not being able to hear well
What is deafness? Not being able to hear wellMay not be able to hear some sounds nearby
What is deafness? Not being able to hear wellMay not be able to hear some sounds nearby Teachers talking Friends laughing The school bell
What is deafness? Some children are born deaf
What is deafness? Some children are born deafOthers become deaf through illness
Ways of communicating
Ways of communicating Using our senses
Ways of communicating Using our senses Smell Taste Sight Touch
Ways of communicating Using our senses Hearing aids
Ways of communicating Using our senses Hearing aids Sign Language
Ways of communicating Using our senses Hearing aids Sign LanguageFinger spelling Lip reading
Hearing Aids Amplify, or make sounds louder
Hearing Aids Amplify, or make sounds louder Make sounds easier to hear
Sign Language British Sign Language
Sign Language British Sign Language Two handed gestures
Sign Language British Sign Language Two handed gesturesFacial expressions
Sign Language British Sign Language Two handed gesturesFacial expressions Body language
What would you do?
What would you do? If the telephone rang?
What would you do? If the telephone rang?Have a telephone with a flashing light
What would you do? If the doorbell rang?
What would you do? If the doorbell rang?Have the doorbell connected up to the lights in the house
What would you do? To watch television?
What would you do? To watch television? Use subtitlesTeletext page 888 Hello
Communication Tips Get the person’s attention Tap their shoulderFace the person
Communication Tips Get the person’s attentionTap their shoulder Face the person Speak clearly and talk normally
Communication Tips Get the person’s attentionTap their shoulder Face the person Speak clearly and talk normally Don’t shout
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