deafblind


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deafblind

unable to hear or see
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Feeling Through grew from Roland's own experience, an encounter with a DeafBlind man in New York City.
"My dad was diagnosed as deafblind when he was 30 and my sister and I were checked as it is genetic but we were told we were OK.
Individuals who are deafblind use a number of technologies and strategies, most of which are based on the sense of touch, to communicate effectively.
Now, to cap off a special year, Ella's progress earned her the title as one of Britain's most inspirational young deafblind people.
Richard Kramer, deputy chief executive at national deafblind charity Sense, said: "We would urge the Government to review its position as a matter of urgency and commit to protecting all disability benefits.
DEAR Editor, On behalf of national deafblind charity Sense, I would like to thank the Birmingham Post, Post readers and local businesses for their fantastic support at the recent Birmingham Post Business Awards.
This year Barry and his colleagues are hoping to raise PS3,000 in aid of Butterwick House Children's Hospice in Stockton and deafblind UK.
"I wouldn't be as strong as I am now if it wasn't for them." One of Lisa's nominated charities for the 10k race, which takes place on Sunday, May 11, is Deafblind Scotland, after the charity helped her come to terms with the Usher syndrome diagnosis.
Sense is a national charity supporting and campaigning for deafblind people.