Previous Chapter Chapter 10: Warning Signs of Sensory Impairment
Chapter 10: Warning Signs of Sensory Impairment
This section contains two lists for sensory impairments:
- Hearing Impairment
- Visual Impairment
A Hearing Impairment may occur in only one ear, or it may exist only at certain frequencies. For instance, a child may hear low sounds quite clearly but have difficulties with high-frequency sounds (or vice versa), so that what they hear is broken up by gaps where a specific frequency loss occurs. For instance, they may hear “Sue is going to have a shower” as “Ue i going to have a ower,” but hear “Mom will help you do the job,” quite clearly.
- Has trouble hearing when two or more people are talking.
- Appears to have trouble hearing when there is a lot of background ...