profoundly deaf

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Synonyms for profoundly deaf

totally deaf

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"We use the term 'D/deaf' to cover all people with some type of deafness, including people who are hard of hearing, partially deaf and profoundly deaf.
Tripta, who has known the Hussain family since Raza was 10 months old, helped his mum, Uzma, 42, who speaks very little English, learn to communicate with her son and daughter, Sumreen, 19 - who is also profoundly deaf -using British sign language.
"He is profoundly deaf and it would have been confusing for the gentleman in the car.
Ryan Smith and Aliyyah Al Ansaari are both profoundly deaf. During their media course they have been able to take advantage of note-taking and translation services.
Profoundly deaf Eirian Murphy, 18, saw the blaze in the back garden of the house in Bideford Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff.
Josh Bryant, of Tattershall, Lincs, was born profoundly deaf but his parents were keen for him to have mainstream education rather than attend a special school.
UP to 350 profoundly deaf children have not received life-changing implants due to HSE funding problems.
Staff at PricewaterhouseCoopers' Newcastle office have raised the sum which will pay for the working life of Erin, a spaniel-cross assistance dog who will help her profoundly deaf owner, Roy Mitchell, lead a more independent life.
Mr Whittaker graduated in music from Oxford University and the Royal Northern College of Music despite being profoundly deaf.
The Perth championships will be against other top profoundly deaf golfers from around the world.
Mr Whittaker was born profoundly deaf, but members heard how his disability did not stop him from attending Oxford University to study music.
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.
Hit the Road Jack is a charity set up by the parents of Jack Harries, who was born profoundly deaf in 2002.