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Deafblind Communicator Guides

CommuniKate Ltd. have been working alongside Deafblind persons for many years and have plenty of experience in a host of (often random and last-minute!) Assignments.

CommuniKate Ltd. wish to empower Deafblind persons by enabling them in a host of key areas. We promote:

- Equal access for individuals living with Dual Sensory Impairment/ Deafblindness
- Independence
- Stimulation

- Integration

- Societal Interactions 

- Accessibility to Admin and Misc.

- Assistance in everyday activities

- Plus more...

What is Deafblindness?

Deafblindness is a combination of sight and hearing loss that affects a person's ability to communicate, access information and get around. It's also sometimes called "dual sensory loss" or "multi-sensory impairment".

The role of a Deafblind Communicator Guide

To enable Deafblind people to make informed decisions by ensuring information is delivered using the Deafblind person’s preferred communication method(s), such as British Sign Language, Deafblind Manual, hands-on-signing etc.. In their role, they will also escort dual-sensory impaired people from their homes to the destination of their choice. 

Did you know that research has shown that 0.2% of the world’s population is living with severe Deafblindness. A further 2% of people around the world are living with milder forms of Deafblindness. This means that there are estimated to be over 15 million people with severe Deafblindness worldwide.

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