Is anyone blind deaf and paralyzed?

Is anyone blind deaf and paralyzed?

Deafblindness is the condition of little or no useful hearing and little or no useful sight. In 1994, it was estimated that roughly 35,000–40,000 United States residents are medically deafblind. Helen Keller was a well-known example of a deafblind individual.

How does a deaf and blind person learn to read?

The deaf-blind person reads the printed text by placing his or her fingers on the braille display. He or she then uses the braille display to type back text. The sighted person can read the text on the LCD display.

What do you call a person that Cannot smell?

Hyposmia [high-POSE-mee-ah] is a reduced ability to detect odors. Anosmia [ah-NOSE-mee-ah] is the complete inability to detect odors. In rare cases, someone may be born without a sense of smell, a condition called congenital anosmia.

How are the deaf mute and the blind related?

One was deaf, the other was blind and the third was mute. One day the deaf man kissed the blind man’s wife. The mute man saw this and he wants to tell it to the blind man, but he cannot speak. So how does the mute man explain the situation to the blind man.

Can a deaf person kiss a mute person?

Since you say that one is blind and the other is deaf, the blind person is not deaf. That leaves the deaf person who is also mute. Since he is the one who kissed, he would not tell on himself. But he doesn’t have to since the 3rd person who has no disability could tell the blind man what happened.

Why did the mute kiss the blind man?

The Mute takes the Blind man to the Deaf man and puts the blind man’s hands on the Deaf man’s face so he can identify him. The Mute then kisses the Blind man and then puts the Blind man’s hand on his wife’s face so that he can identify her. And why should the deaf man let him do this?

How did the blind man get the deaf man to read?

The blind man and the mute man know a language that the deaf man does not, so the mute man writes his message onto a piece of paper (in this language), and uses persuasion and/or trickery to get the deaf man to read the message out loud. 1. How would one convince the deaf man to read something out loud? 2.

Can you be blind, deaf, and mute?

So curious how people answer this, your options are you suddenly become blind, deaf, and mute or you become paralyzed from the neck down. When I say blind I mean nothing but black, and deaf is no sound at all. I’d go with paralyzed from the neck down.

Can a person be born deaf, blind, and paralyzed?

Ok, picture a person who was born deaf, blind, mute, paralyzed in the whole body, with no sense of smell, no taste, and this person was allowed to live. When this person is fully grown, how will he or she think? This person is not brain dead, so there will be room for thinking. But he or she has never felt anything, nothing.

How did the deaf, mute and blind know about Jesus Christ?

Some by hearing or seeing and others by sign language. The Lord cares for the blind, deaf and those who cannot speak, You shall not curse a deaf man, nor place a stumbling block before the blind, but you shall revere your God; I am the LORD.

Is it possible for a deaf person to speak?

It’s rare when someone is mute, or has no voice. They can still use their voice, but their words are intelligible. Everyone should avoid the word “mute” when referencing deaf people. It’s also uncommon for a deaf person with sight, let alone blind, to learn to speak. There are so many variables, explaining all of them would take forever.