Unit 36 Questions (LMC)
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1. (1.1) Analyse how a range of factors can impact on individuals with sensory loss
There are many of factors that can impact individuals with sensory loss. In a lot of cases sensory loss is hidden and people can be unaware of the individual’s sensory loss, as a result this can cause social isolation and frustration due to not being able to communicate effectively. Communication is a big area in which people with sensory loss have a lot of issues. A typical day to day activity may cause them a huge deal of stress and anxiety, for someone who doesn’t have a sensory loss can enjoy watching television. If you could not hear what was begin said, the frustration that you must feel can lead to feelings of inadequacy using the telephone or even hearing the door bell or taking part in conversations, this can build a sense of discomfort and inadequacy. On the other hand, those who have vision impairment cannot distinguish faces during face to face talk, feel difficulty in watching TV and reading time on the clock. Being unable to watch properly they suffer from a sense of inferiority complex and social withdrawal. These factors become worse in case of dual sensory loss. Additionally hearing loss interrupts face to face communication and leads older people to lose interest in everyday activities; in turn it can cause them to miss out on most of necessary information provided by their doctor, careers or family member. People with sensory loss can miss out on a lot of important information that people without sensory loss take in day to day without even realising. For example if we had a visual impairment we may not be able to read written material which is important to us such as a bank statement. A person with hearing loss could miss hear important Information...