Friday, January 19, 2018

Deafblindness information

Find a selection of sites for and about Deafblindness. Deafblind is very different from people who are only deaf or blind but not both. One of the most well known deafblind persons is the author and lecturer Helen Keller with other deafblind people being Francisco Goya a Spanish painter and Jack Clemo a British poet. Listed below are a range of official and non-official resources for and about deafblindness.

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An informative site providing a range of information and facts about deafblindness, equipment, accessible search engine details and a number of useful links.

Founded to assist people in Scotland with deaf blindness as well as offering support and a number of health and social services. Includes contacts and Scottish inventor details.

Assisting thousands of deafblind or dual sensory impaired people throughout the country to cope with their disability and to lead as fulfilled and independent lives as possible.

Explains deafblindness with featured articles, causes and information about retinal implants.

An extensive internet resources relating to deaf blindness.

Providing an overview of deathblindness with a number of online resources, causes and online tools to assist with independence.

The UK’s largest organisation for children and adults who are deafblind or have associated disabilities. Includes news and campaign details plus related publications.

A non-government and non-profit making organisation set up to assist deaf blind people and to help improve quality of life. Includes an online discussion forum deafblind information and facts along with membership details.