Question: Do deaf people have any hearing?

Deafness is the most profound form of hearing loss. People who are deaf can hear very little or may not hear anything at all.

Can a deaf person hear anything?

People who are profoundly deaf can hear nothing at all and can find themselves totally reliant on lip-reading or sign language. In the United States, around 15 percent of people over the age of 18 years report some level of hearing loss.

Can deaf babies say mama?

From 6 to 12 months: Answer to her name. Make many different baby talk sounds. Start to understand simple words, like mama, dada, and wave bye-bye

What happens when you say 000 to Siri?

If you genuinely need emergency services you can say 000 to Siri or simply say “dial emergency services”. Siri will then give you a five-second countdown and a chance to cancel or call before then.

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