As part of their ongoing research, the JSNA Project Team received a detailed response from staff at the Deafness Support Network in Macclesfield.
The response highlighted the need for further research into the experience of D/deaf people when accessing health services.
This initial report documented personal experience and comments from D/deaf people who communicated with project staff through a BSL interpreter.
Further research was undertaken in February 2015 to include people with visual impairment and sight loss.
View the Sensory Loss Key Findings 2014 here.
View the Sensory Loss Recommendations 2014 here.
You can read the full Sensory Loss report 2014 here.