If a person has total hearing loss in one ear and the other ear is normal what is the percentage of disability?
I am 50 years old and have no hearing in one ear and normal hearing in the other since birth. I wear no hearing aids and have never experienced any abnormal disabilities. I talk fine and my hearing is fine.
treat as such... a person with a disability... accept that they are persons with distinct personality from you and me... dont assume that they need help from you; ask, if you think there is something you can do for them. if you do, they will like you more for it; for being considerate of their feelings... disabled persons want to be accepted like normal people; it is just that they are hampered by their disability…
Yes, it is perfectly normal. A handicap person shouldn't be categorised because of their physical state because they are normal people. They have the right to be in a relationship as much as anyone else, and your feelings for them should not change because of their disability it shouldn't matter to you, see the person not the disability! Simarlily your age should not matter either as with someone's disability.
Usually it isn't. When hearing loss becomes bothersome or problematic, then a hearing aid may be used. In children there can be temporary mild hearing loss due to ear infections (especially otitis media). After antibiotic treatment, normal hearing (or, at least, hearing that was normal for that person before the infection) will return.