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Find out about the Deaf Club and Deaf events in your area.There most likely are silent dinners, picnics, sporting events, and other Deaf social gatherings that you may attend.Most cases occur in young people, the elderly or those with a suppressed immune system.According to the family's friends, Eliza was suffering from high temperatures before they left for their holiday.Family friends Gill and Garth Wyse said: 'Eliza is now stable.However, she has been left partially blind and deaf in her left ear and unfortunately we've been told Eliza will be left with significant brain damage, the extent of which we won't know until she grows up.'Our little EJY (Eliza Jane Young) has gone from being the happiest and bubbliest little girl, to having been left with the devastating after effects of meningitis.'We are currently just waiting for a scan, to see if the shunt she's had fitted in her brain is working, and if so, if there's no air pockets on her brain, they can hopefully start making plans to fly her back to Manchester Children's Hospital.'Gill and Garth Wyse add that Eliza's parents have had their insurance claim refused twice, with the company arguing the youngster's illness is due to 'an underlying condition'.A loss of hearing is related to the condition of the inner ear and whether there was a problem from birth or the hearing loss occurred much later.People in the deaf community have enjoyed the Internet and computers because it has opened up a whole new deaf world for them.
There are many deaf culture websites and deaf websites that show you the basics of sign language, if you would like to learn this language.This also pertains to the frequency of sound a person may or may not hear.While some people have specific difficulties in hearing low- or high-pitched sounds, some people cannot hear anything at all.Over the past seven weeks, Eliza has suffered seizures and blood poisoning.
She's also had to endure five MRI scans, three CT scans and three operations.One in five cases results in death even with treatment. Symptoms include high fever, drowsiness, irritability, severe headache, vomiting and a stiff, painful neck. The infection is carried by up to 40 percent of people at the back of their throats.