A Good Senior Life with Dual Sensory Loss

Main sections

  • Elderly people with severe dual sensory loss – a public health problem?
  • Not being able to hear, not being able to see – what is done and what should be done for people with deafblindness? 
  • The challenge of progressive dual sensory loss 
  • Acquired deafblindness and dementia – a special challenge 
  • Communicating beyond speech 

Mains sections

  • Elderly people with severe dual sensory loss – a public health problem? 
  • Not being able to hear, not being able to see – what is done and what should be done for people with deafblindness? 
  • The challenge of progressive dual sensory loss 
  • Acquired deafblindness and dementia – a special challenge 
  • Communicating beyond speech 

Date: 11/02/2012
Author: Trine Skov Uldall; Arlene J. Astell; Maggie P. Ellis; Henriette Hermann Olesen; P. O. Edberg; Barbra Westerholm
Organization: Norden
Reference: http://www.nordicwelfare.org/PageFiles/9626/A%20Good%20Senior%20Life%20with%20Dual%20Sensory%20Loss.pdf
Only for Members: No
Content type: Presentation
Tags: deafblindness, senior generation
Categories: Overall support