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Q: explain how information can be made accessible to individuals with sensory loss
A: The patient requires getting a special check up from a qualified doctor in this field who will determine the senses that are still functioning in the person's body. [ From this point the specialist can teach the relatives some ways of conversing information to this person easily. By using whatever senses the person has. For example, Helen Keller learned sign language by touch. ]
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User: explain how information can be made accessible to individuals with sensory loss

Weegy: The patient requires getting a special check up from a qualified doctor in this field who will determine the senses that are still functioning in the person's body. [ From this point the specialist can teach the relatives some ways of conversing information to this person easily. By using whatever senses the person has. For example, Helen Keller learned sign language by touch. ]
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User: outline the main causes of sensory loss





Weegy: The largest cause of sensory impairment is the ageing process with over 65s more likely to experience some level of sensory loss.The following is a list of some common causes, of course, [ this list is not comprehensive … Blindness/partial sight Ageing process, e.g. age-related macular degeneration Disease, e.g. diabetes Infection, e.g. meningitis Genetics e.g. retinitis pigmentosa (RP) Injury or physical trauma Cataract Glaucoma Sight loss The five leading causes of sight loss in the UK are refractive error, agerelated macular degeneration, cataract, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.” • 53.5 per cent have sight loss equivalent to partial sight or blindness due to refractive error. (Uncorrected refractive error is a correctable form of sight loss.) • 16.7 per cent to age-related macular degeneration • 13.7 percent to cataract • 5.3 percent glaucoma • 3.5 percent diabetic retinopathy • 7.4 percent have other eye diseases. ]
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