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hearing impaired

Having a degree of hearing loss that interferes with communication, development, learning, or interpersonal interactions.
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It is difficult for hearing impaired individuals to determine when someone ends their part of the conversation, so the Hearing Impaired version can automatically detect when a person stops speaking, and immediately begin the translation.
Director Yan-Guang Yang of NCKU Student Counseling Division expressed, "We have many hearing impaired students in the campus and they are distributed in every department and institute, learning together with the regular students.
Among the public is a widespread myth that communicate with a hearing impaired is no problem.
The Omani Society for Hearing Impaired gathered last on Saturday at the Al Alam Palace in Old Muscat to participate in a march to thank His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said and the government for their support.
play and early communication development in hearing impaired
In the fifth week's top clash, Manama picked up a crucial 8-0 win against Al Hala to share first position with East Riffa who battled past the hearing impaired team 6-2.
Now the proceeds are being made available to help improve the lives of hearing impaired children all over the country, as developers move in to convert the school into 100 luxury apartments.
According to a recent study by the National Council on Aging, the hearing impaired who do not seek treatment tend to lead less satisfactory lives.
In reality, this is not a new population but is the result of an attempt to describe people who are deaf and who have historically been labeled as: low functioning, low achieving, lower achieving, lower functioning, hearing impaired developmentally delayed, multiply handicapped, multiply disabled, developmentally disabled, severely handicapped deaf, and disadvantaged deaf.
The annotations are consistent in using the words deaf or hearing impaired to describe the conditions of a profound lack of hearing or a partial lack of hearing respectively.
the nonhearing impaired persons will not need a TDD, and the hearing impaired person will have access to nearly all telephone numbers).
The California Organization of Police and Sheriffs (COPS) announced growing opposition to AB 1634, "The Pet Extinction Act" (Levine, D-Van Nuys) because it will decimate police dogs, dogs for the blind, hearing impaired and disabled and is an unfunded state mandate threatening local public safety budgets.

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