Why do people who are deaf from birth have difficulties talking?
i guess b/c they have never heard noise so they cannot make it.
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If a person is totally deaf from birth. They have never heard any language or words for that matter. So they would pretty much have their own way of processing thoughts. … Pretty much have their own language. I don't know if it would necessarily be words. Since they have never even heard a word. When they see something new. Would they automatically think to call it something? Would they know to call it something? Is that human instinct? . Deaf people, do not think in words they think in pictures. Their language is a visual language. Hearing people think in words because that is our language. The Deaf have a different Language. When they see something they would automatically think of the word/sign for that particular thing.
answ2. Some folk are born deaf, or with very limited hearing. This is usually due to a genetic defect , but some diseases during pregnancy can cause deafness. Mumps, measl…es and meningitis are some. Fetal alcohol syndrome, AIDS, Syphillus and Chlamydia are other diseases of the mother that may be passed to the fetus and impair development of hearing organs. As folk get old, several of their faculties partly fail, and hearing is one of these. Presbycusus (elderly ear) is the name for this. In 2010, unfortunately, noise induced deafness is becoming much more common. It used to be a defect only in noisy industries, such as boilermaking and rivetting. It has spread beyond that, e.g. in farming, noisy tractors and farm bikes have contributed and now with the event of 'in ear' headphones such as with MP3 players etc, the problem of noise induced deafness is becoming more widespread. Noise induced deafness is caused by the hair cells in the cochlea being damaged, and is irreversible. You can prevent it! There are many reasons why a person might be deaf. Some people are born with a hearing loss, due to an inherited genetic condition, while some develop deafness later in life due to exposure to a disease like mumps or German measles, or exposure to repeated and very loud noises. The most common form of deafness is called sensorineural hearing loss, that is, the cochlea (a small but necessary part of the inner ear which has tiny hair cells hairs that process the signals of sound) is damaged. Other forms are neural hearing losses, where the nerve that sends the signal to the brain is damaged, or a conductive hearing loss, which is when there is something blocking the sound from entering the ear to begin with, such as a malformed ear, deformed ossicular chain (the tiny bones in the middle ear), etc.
They probably talk by using sign language. Do you mean people who are both deaf and blind; like Helen Keller, or do you mean like one person who's blind and one person who's d…eaf? Not that my answer depends on it, but just asking :-) Im sure there's probobly some new kind of technology out there to also help communication, but i think the easiest way other than that would be sign language, as both blind and deaf usually know it. that is an answer from somebody else and i did not delete their answer because i want you to trust my answers so i am doing a sposer for deaf and blind people the Charity's name is sense a charity i recommend for u to get involved sry i am only 10 so basically they have this language and the following so as you see they communicate my sort of drawling on each others hands so now u know how maybe u wanna try it to a friend spell your name and don't forget to support sense plz leave a message at the discussion page thnx :) bye get to sense
how do deaf people understand other people
Interesting question. Well, if the deaf person wasn't born deaf but developed a disease to cause him/her to become deaf later on in life, then that person would know how to sp…eak from pass knowledge. (^_^)
They can, it is just that, without the help of hearing aids, they may feel insecure and quite shy. However, with some deaf people who wear hearing aids, you can even tell they… are deaf because they talk just like a normal person. People who have been deaf since birth will obviously find it very hard to talk because they have never actually heard what words sound like so can't learn them properly, but if they get hearing aids they will usually be able to hear a lot better and so learn how to talk properly quite quickly.
You can easily get deaf from very loud noises, or it can just happen as a result of old age.
Deaf pepople can hear themselves because thay are specials and have specials powers.
Deaf people communicate in a variety of ways. So first you need to determine which form you need/want to learn. If you want to learn American Sign Language then you should tak…e a class. I suggest taking it from a deaf teacher. They are typically the most skilled and have the best understanding of Deaf culture. Other forms of communication include PSE, MCE, TC and oralism. I only really have knowledge of ASL so I will leave it at that. ASL is a wonderful language. Enjoy.
"I'am not sure about this question because some people say that you cant but actually i think you can because deaf people have only lost one of their seses not two. looool" wa…s the original answer to this question. The correct answer is under this: Of course they can. Just because somebody is deaf (cannot hear) does not mean they are mute (cannot talk). They can talk, but they can not hear anybody talk to them. People must do sign language, write, type, etc. to communicate with them. But yes, they can talk.
Blind and deaf people talk through brail, normal writing, and physical sign language ( tapping it on a person's hand
Yes. It is possible but very hard. it's usually just done in sign language.
Being deaf, I don't find deafness as a sign of weakness; just aninability to hear. I truly am lucky to be deaf. I could communicatewith a beautiful language- ASL. (American Si…gn Language.) Therealso are many sign languages in different countries. For anexample, there is French Sign Language. So bascially it is like asif I am a foreigner and you are an American. There is nodifference.
Hearing traffic at the road . Hearing people shouting . Electrical interference with hearing aids . Background noise in the workplace preventing you hearing colleagues . N…ot hearing emergency alarms or smoke alarms
Not hear but they can see them selves in the mirror talking