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

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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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