Hi! My loved one is profoundly deaf and has suffered a brain injury and is currently in a coma. She is a teenager, so we’re hoping she can recover. However, the medical staff doesn’t seem to take into account the fact that’s she’s deaf when treating her. We primarily communicate in ASL. And ASL is her first and primary language. Medical staff keep saying “talk to her.” But we know she can’t hear us. Anyone have any insight into alternative ways to communicate with a unconscious Deaf loved one? We are trying to sign in her hand, but her ASL was visual and not tactile, so we don’t know if it’s actually helping. Any experiences, thoughts, or feedback is welcomed! Thanks so much!