Five deafblind people completed, from the 4th until the 10th of September 2017, the challenge “A Santiago por la sordoceguera” #2s4db, the last 100 km of the French road. They counted on the help of ten professional mediators, seven of them form FESOCE. Together they got to look after all the communication needs: LSE (Spanish Sign Language), LSC (Catalan Sign Language), LSI, on the air, set on the hands, oral in Spanish, Catalan, English and Hungarian, among others.
To santiago for Deafblindness finally accomplished September 11, 2016 Last September, the FESOCE (Spanish Federation of Deafblindness) held for the first time the challenge To Santiago for Deafblindness, the 2s4db. An achievement that brings down myths. To santiago for Deafblindness. The Camino de Santiago is a common denominator in the calendars of all adventurous travelers [...]
The Deafblindness Cane This white and red cane represents people with deafblindness. It has red bands on the white material, in order to differentiate it from the classic cane for blind people. When you see someone carrying this cane, you know this person is hearing impaired, so do not try to yell or whistle. The best thing [...]