FACS Communication Workshops ask participants to consider how loss of effective communication can impact and undermine health and well-being, self-esteem, mental health and quality of life.
Simulation and experiential exercises are used to help support understanding of how it might feel to be deafblind.
Each workshop explores perceptions of loss and change and how to support staff to identify deafblind people and enhance their skills, awareness and confidence to use effective communication strategies.
Consequently understanding that the quality of their communication relationships with the deafblind people they work with, can significantly impact on interaction and intervention.
- Working with People with Dual Sensory Loss
- Working with People with Age Related Dual Sensory Loss
- Working with People with Dual Sensory Loss in Primary Health Care Settings
- Working with People with Dual Sensory in Hospital Settings
- Working with People with Dual Sensory Loss in Care Home, Nursing and Residential Settings
- Working with People with Hearing Loss
Suitable training venues to be provided by the client or a local venue can booked by FACS and costs added. Travel and accommodations costs are not included.