Practice Guidance

Working with adults who are deaf

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Introduction

Learning points Your duties to enable d/Deaf people to communicate in their preferred language. Separating the myths from the reality of how d/Deaf people communicate. The barriers d/Deaf people face in accessing social care services and how you can help them overcome these. Assessing d/Deaf people and determining their eligibility for care and support. Key […]

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