Explaining dual sensory impairment.
What is it about?
This article explains the reasons for dual sensory loss and outlines ways that HCAs and APs can ensure that patients are helped, particularly within a clinical setting.
Why is it important?
There are many causes of impairments of sight and hearing that result in deafblindness, also called dual sensory loss. Patients who have dual sensory loss will have problems managing within a clinical setting and every day life.
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