Children with auditory impairments may have hearing loss in one or both ears, as well as total deafness. Recently, terminology such as "hard of hearing," "deaf," "partially deaf," "deaf-mute," and "partial hearing" has been used to describe hearing problems. However, it is unlikely that any categorization could adequately capture the variable's multidimensionality. The kind of hearing loss, the age at which it first appears, and its severity are some of the crucial factors. "Deaf children" are children with substantial and severe hearing loss who must get an education through a sense-modality other than the ear. Congenitally deaf children are those who are born without the ability to hear, whereas accidentally deaf children are those who are born with the ability to hear but subsequently lose it.
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