[Image description: A symbol cane stands next to a mobility cane up against a wall. Both canes have red and white stripes. To the right of the image are wordings with the caption “Deafblind Awareness Week”, and a brief explanation what the red and white symbol on a cane represents.]

June 24th, 2019

DEAFBLIND AWARENESS WEEK

DEAFBLIND AWARENESS WEEK

Deafblind Awareness Week (DBAW) is running from today, 24th June, to 30th June 2019.

The purpose of this week-long awareness campaign is to create more understanding and enlightenment of deafblindness.

During DBAW we are hoping to dispel some of the myths and misconception surrounding deafblindness as well as creating a more positive understanding about dual-sensory loss.

To keep up to date with Deafblind Awareness Week you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, all @CUREUsher, or by clicking the social media icons at the bottom of the page, as well as by searching the hashtag #DBAW or #DeafBlindAwarenessWeek.

Be deafblind aware.

[Image description: A symbol cane stands next to a mobility cane up against a wall. Both canes have red and white stripes. To the right of the image are wordings with the caption “Deafblind Awareness Week”, and a brief explanation what the red and white symbol on a cane represents.]




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