Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments

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Sensory Impairments 1 Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments Axia College
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Sensory Impairments 2 Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments Visually and hearing impaired students need special types of sensory stimulates to help them with the classroom curriculum. These types of students deserve the same chance as the other students in the classroom and the only way that is possible is to supply the children with effective resources. This essay will describe two sensory stimulates which will help a hearing and visually impaired student become a bigger part of the class. With these types of stimulates it will now be possible for children with these types of disabilities to participate in classroom curriculum as well as group activities. Hearing impaired students are classified as being deaf or hard of hearing. The hearing aid would be the most beneficial sensory stimulate that a child who is hearing impaired could use in the classroom. "Available hearing technology can amplify sound, reduce background noise, and
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