Dual Sensory Loss and Dementia in Scotland
Dual Sensory Loss and Dementia in Scotland - a joint Report
We are pleased to present the findings of our latest research into the prevalence of dual sensory loss (deafblindness) and dementia in Scotland. With input from Queen Margaret University’s Audiology Department, Datafakts were asked to carry out this work by a collaboration of key stakeholders: Health and Social Care Alliance (Scottish Sensory Hub), Deafblind Scotland, Sight Scotland, Sense Scotland and RNID.
Our report: ‘Prevalence rates for people with Dual Sensory Loss and Dementia in Scotland‘ can be downloaded here. For those that are interested in the detail of the findings, we have produced an interactive dashboard.