Speak Without Sound

King, J. Freeman
December 2003
Fire Chief;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p62
Trade Publication
Discusses the factors that firefighters should consider in rescuing hearing-impaired persons. Importance of facing the deaf person when speaking; Things to avoid when speaking to a deaf person; Advantages of using pantomime and body language. INSET: PUB-ED FOR THE DEAF.


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