Common culture characteristic that we need to take in account when we treat deaf patients.
The culture of the deaf and hard of hearing is often overlooked because it is characterized as a nonethnic culture. What cultural characteristics do deaf people have in common with other cultural groups? If your patient is both deaf and identifies with another cultural group as well, (like Asian, Cuban, Russian, polish,mursulin, or others) how does this affect your ability to provide quality cultural care?
How culture affects the way in what psychiatric patient are treated?
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