A deaf child can sign to security cameras that don’t pick up sound to include Telescopic view of the moon science passion poster important information if a crime is taking place. How would a hearing child deal with these?” You would probably answer with another way they could adapt to the situation,
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we have learned to depend on that for emergencies or communication, but that is not the case for the deaf. Especially in today’s age, there are many alternative options for the deaf in emergencies, such as on-call interpreting services, FaceTime, flashing lights in place of sound alarms, Telescopic view of the moon science passion poster emergency alerts on phones, and 911 texting (also, I’m sure a deaf child would be able to click “9-1-1” on a phone if needed).
The situations you picked are also very rare, and you teach deaf children about them just as you would teach a hearing child. The Deaf also have advantages over the hearing in other emergency situations, so I could say the same about a hearing child. “A deaf child can communicate in situations where speaking is not effective (choking, through windows, in loud environments, far away, underwater, etc.) A deaf child can convey danger or that they are uncomfortable in sensitive situations.