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Music in the Lives of People with Hearing Loss

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Music in the Lives of People with Hearing Loss

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The Diversity of People with Hearing Loss

This link is designed primarily for people who work with and care for individuals with hearing loss. This page provides a brief overview of how people with hearing loss vary: the continuum of deaf and hearing culture, the different factors that affect hearing loss, and the different ways individuals with hearing loss experience with music.

 

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How Deaf Identity is Expressed

This link is designed primarily for people who may potentially work with or care for individuals within the Deaf community. This link provides information on how Deaf identity is expressed along the the continuum of deaf and hearing culture, and how the components of deaf identity may affect an individual's experience with music.

 

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