Abstract The main aim of this study is to describe and analyse the factors affecting the daily life activities of hearing-impaired students in Jordan from the point of view of hearing-impaired students, their teachers, and their parents. Two questionnaires were developed, one directed towards the activities, and the other to the factors affecting these activities. The two questionnaires were distributed among 248 hearing-impaired students, 89 teachers, and 261 parents. The results of hearing-impaired students indicated that the perceptions related to the psychosocial conditions, educational and instructional services, communication skills, and classroom environment are significant factors in the prediction of preferring and practising the different daily life activities. The total factors not significantly differ compared to sex. It is significant if compared with the variables of placement, age, and degree of hearing loss.