Hi-VisUK is a highly ambitious charity that, amongst other aims, is working to increase the number of older people with dual sensory loss or deafblindness requesting and receiving a specialist deafblind assessment. This is no easy task and yet it is the most vital step.
00sarah walshhttps://hi-vis.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/new-logo-june-2019.pngsarah walsh2015-10-19 14:36:592017-09-18 16:07:32The most vital step
Our highly practical Deafblind courses give participants a uniquely rounded understanding of the role and the skills required when guiding a deafblind person. After our training, not only can you say what a communicator guide is but you can do it too!
00sarah walshhttps://hi-vis.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/new-logo-june-2019.pngsarah walsh2015-04-07 15:51:492017-06-28 13:25:59“I will use this tomorrow with my Grandad!”
Our unique Acquired Communication Disorders OCN Level 2 course looks at a range of disorders that can affect older people. Led by two qualified speech and language specialists, the feedback is good...
00sarah walshhttps://hi-vis.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/new-logo-june-2019.pngsarah walsh2015-04-07 14:40:202017-06-28 13:26:35Understanding and supporting older people with Acquired Communication Disorders
Our Foundation course in deafblindeness awareness is proving to be really popular with a wide range of people. Particpants come from a broad range of organisations in the community, including care service providers from private, public and voluntary…
21 sensory support and adult social care workers/managers/support workers attended our level 3 qualification Specialist Deafblind Assessor course.
Feedback has been very positive. Again, professionals said they cherished the opportunity…
00sarah walshhttps://hi-vis.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/new-logo-june-2019.pngsarah walsh2014-12-10 11:17:072017-06-21 16:47:51Training for Real Change
Hearing Impairment and Visual Impairment Support UK (Hi-VisUK) is a UK registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation – a charity raising awareness, offering training & qualifications, opportunities to increase identification and improve support for older people with DSI.
Where to find us
Hearing Impairment and Visual Impairment Support UK,
The Centre for Independent Living,
Burbank Street, Hartlepool, TS24 7 NY