When speaking to someone with a hearing loss do not over exaggerate your mouth movements. Speak normally but not too fast. Do not turn away or cover your mouth in any way. You also should not have gum in your mouth. You don’t always need to speak louder depending on their hearing loss. – Cindy West, Interpreter
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