Working with People with Dual Sensory Loss in Primary Health Care Settings

Font Size » Large | Small

Image: Dual Sensory in Primary Health Care SettingsDeafblind people in medical settings will often operate of high levels of anxiety and in unfamiliar environments taking in and retaining information can be difficult.

Struggling to communicate with medical professionals may lead to misdiagnosis, unnecessary treatment and unsolved problems. It is essential that deafblind people receive clear and accurate information.

This three hour workshop aims to support GPs, Practice Managers, Nurses, Frontline Staff, and all Healthcare Staff to communicate effectively with people within the diversity of deafblindness and have the confidence to identify and support their particular communication and access needs.

Image: Workshop Information
What the workshop covers:

  • Overview of Deafblindness
  • Definitions and Diversity
  • Simulation and Practical Communication exercises
  • Impacts of Dual Sensory Loss
  • Communication Methods
  • Good communication tactics
  • Guiding Techniques
  • How to provide accessible information
  • Related Case Studies
  • Support and Equipment
  • Reflection on Current Practice

Image: Who For?
Who the workshop is for:

  • General Practitioners
  • Practice Managers
  • Community Nurses
  • Frontline Staff

All workshop participants receive a comprehensive Hand-out and Certificate of Training.

Image: Information
Additional information:

Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.