profoundly deaf


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  • adj

Synonyms for profoundly deaf

totally deaf

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UP to 350 profoundly deaf children have not received life-changing implants due to HSE funding problems.
The Rt Rev Stephen Platten, Bishop of Wakefield, said in a letter to Paul how he had ''given uniquely'' to deaf people: "You have contributed an extraordinary amount over the years with those who are profoundly deaf and have done so on a national level.
Established in 1982, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People provides specially trained dogs to support people who are severely or profoundly deaf.
It's a great honour and exciting opportunity for me as a profoundly deaf person using British Sign Language.
DEAF PAIR'S HAMMERING SAVES LIVES: A profoundly deaf couple helped save the home of a family of three after spotting a blaze in the back garden.
To date, Advanced Bionics' biggest hit has been a cochlear implant that allows a wide category of profoundly deaf patients to hear.
The development of BrainGate is patterned after the development of successful long-term implantable devices for the treatment of Parkinson's disease and epilepsy and for the restoration of hearing in the profoundly deaf.
Lisa Pepper, 20, was born profoundly deaf but has some hearing after an operation.
Profoundly deaf Santoa went out, sword in hand, to find the animal.
Now the profoundly deaf 17-year-old, of Houndslow Drive, is preparing to represent Great Britain at the Deaf Olympic Games, which will be held in Taipei next year.
More than 650,000 of these people are severely or profoundly deaf and could benefit from a hearing dog.
The exhibition was inspired by the struggles faced by her sister Zena, 32, who suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and has been profoundly deaf since birth.
Around 700,000 people in the UK are severely or profoundly deaf, and who depend on written language as their primary way of communicating with the hearing world.
It is fortunate Eirian Murphy, who is profoundly deaf, managed to raise the alarm.
Dogs such as Taz, the crossbreed who is the ears for profoundly deaf Coventry woman Mags Adams-Aston.