They just turn up the volume real high. If you were completely deaf, turning up the volume wouldn't help. Deaf people use a machine that is something like a computer with a keyboard and a screen, so that they type their responses, then someone from the phone company reads their response to the person on the other end, then the phone company person types in the other person's response and the deaf person reads it on the screen.
People use sign language to communicate with those who are profoundly deaf.Some people are both deaf, blind and dumb (cannot speak). The use their hands to feel sign language and "speak" using their hands.If you are deaf it is the way to communicate with people.A LOT of people use sign language! We use it to communicate with the deaf and sometimes animals, like monkeys.
They use a TTY. It's basically a type-writer style telephone which allows the deaf person to type what they want to say and the other person to see it and vise-versa. If you are hearing and want to speak to a deaf person you can call a rely service and they will listen to what you have to say, type it to the deaf person, read and tell you what the deaf person is typing back.
In the United States, "Deaf" with a capital "D" refers to those that use American Sign Language as their primary language. Not all deaf people are Deaf. To be deaf is to be unable to hear. It's normally defined as being profoundly hard of hearing. But to be Deaf is to be use sign language as your primary means of communication. So deaf people who aren't "think hearing" but embrace being deaf and therefore sign fluently are considered Deaf
Either through sign language, writing back and forth, an interpreter, or gesturing. You can look on the internet for sign language interpreting agencies near you. They are business who will get you in contact with a professional who can communicate in sign language and whatever spoken language you use.Another OpinionIf you are asking the degree of communication skill, then I would have to say that Deaf people are far more skilled at understanding non-deaf, or hearing people, than visa versa. After all, Deaf people live in a world where they have to struggle to communicate, whereas, hearing people have less of a need to do that with Deaf people. So, in conclusion: Deaf people communicate very well with non-deaf people. And, non-deaf people have a hard time communicating with Deaf people.
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