• The person will ask you to repeat yourself when you address him/her (especially if he/she cannot see your facial expression).
  • The person does not answer or answers incorrectly or inapropriately when you ask a question.
  • The person will often appear to be absend-minded during group activities.
  • The person will tend to avoid group activities.
  • The person will stare at you when you address him/her.
  • The person does not answer when you address him/her unless he/she is facing you.
  • The person's families and friends will comment on the hearing problem: i.e. television is too loud, telephone conversations are difficult.