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Identification - Hearing impairment

  •  Moderate, bilateral hearing loss (sensori-neural, conductive or mixed) or Auditory Neuropathy/Dsynchrony Spectrum Disorder.

  • Children/young people may have a moderate sensori-neural hearing loss with a late diagnosis. A late diagnosis may exacerbate or prolong difficulties.

  • Children/young people will have 1 or 2 hearing aids or cochlear implants fitted, but still communicate mainly orally with some signed support.

  • The pupil can access some auditory information with personal hearing aids, radio aid system, and TA support in a good acoustic  environment.

  • Pupil may have difficulties listening in adverse acoustic environments even when personal amplification is used.


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