Deafblindness is described as a unique and isolating sensory disability resulting from the combination of both hearing and vision loss or impairment. This has a significant affect on communication, socialisation, mobility and daily living
People with deafblindness are a very diverse group because of the varying degrees of their vision and hearing impairments, plus possible other disabilities. This means there are a wide range of communication methods including speech, oral and aural communication; various forms of sign language including tactile and deafblind fingerspelling; alternative and augmentative communication; and print and braille.
People who are deafblind can and do achieve their goals, with the right supports and services.
Being deafblind doesn´t mean you have to feel alone.