8 edition of Special devices for hard of hearing, deaf, and deaf-blind persons found in the catalog.
Special devices for hard of hearing, deaf, and deaf-blind persons
|Statement||Joel Hurvitz, Richard Carmen.|
|LC Classifications||HV2395 .H87 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||81082683|
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Such Hard of Hearing persons continue to use spoken language, aided by hearing aids, speech reading, and other assistive technology. Very few of these Hard of Hearing persons use sign language. Some people also use the term "hearing impaired". However, few . Door Lights. Door signalers let deaf/HoH people know when someone is at the door, usually by flashing a light. Some hang on the back of a door and sense vibrations, others connect to regular lamps, and some work by remote signaling, picking up a signal from a push-button on the door.
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