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1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
1. Introduction to deafness
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National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) - Deaf friendly teachers' training presentations: Introduction to deafness

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    • 1. Presenter
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      • The ear
      • Sound
      • Degrees of deafness
      • Types of deafness
      • The impact of deafness
      • Resources
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    • 7. Oticon: Hearing Centre Online
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      • www.hearingcenteronline.com/ear2/shtml
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    • 18. Profound: > 96dB Severe: 71 - 95 dB Moderate: 41 - 70dB Mild deafness: Would hear a baby crying or music from a stereo but may be unable to hear whispered conversation. Moderate deafness: Would hear a dog barking or telephone ringing but may be unable to hear a baby crying. Severe deafness: Would hear a chainsaw or drums being played but may be unable to hear a piano or a dog barking. Profound deafness: May hear a large lorry or aeroplane, would be unable to hear a telephone ringing. Mild: 20 - 40dB
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        • www.phonak.com/consumer/hearing/hearinglossdemo.htm
        • www.cdc.gov/niosh/mining/topics/hearingloss/hlsoundslike.htm
        • www.hear-it.org/forside.dsp?forside=yes&area=24
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