Improving the quality of life of people with deafblindness

Julie Swann
  • British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, March 2010, Mark Allen Group
  • DOI: 10.12968/bjha.2010.4.3.47086

How to help deafblind people manage activities of daily living.

What is it about?

This final article in the series on sensory loss concentrates on helping deafblind people to communicate more easily, improve their mobility and manage the practical activities of daily living.

Why is it important?

Healthcare staff have an important role to play in helping deafblind people access local services and in providing support.


Mrs Julie I Swann

Deafblind people can have complex medical problems in addition to sensory loss.

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