There are almost two million people with sight loss in the UK, with around one in six people being affected by hearing loss. 

Both conditions can cause major complications to everyday life to the point where support from registered caregivers is needed.

To help blind and deaf individuals live a more comfortable life, there are many forms of care for hearing and visual impairments to be utilised.

Find out how you or someone you love can begin sourcing effective hearing and visual impairment care through My Care My Home.

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What is Hearing and Visual Impairment Care?

As implied by its name, hearing and visual impairment care denotes the type of care and support that is delivered to those suffering from any form of audible or visual impairment.

Whether the condition is mild or severe, the ultimate goal of this type of care is to enable patients to live independently without struggles.

Here are some of the duties involved with hearing and visual impairment care:

  • Rehabilitation exercises
  • Assisting mobility
  • Cooking, cleaning and undertaking other household duties
  • Developing coping mechanisms

Who is Hearing and Visual Impairment Care For?

This type of condition-led care is primarily intended to be used for those who are suffering from partial or full blindness/deafness. When care is provided, causes and risk levels are accounted for to truly adhere to a patient’s actual wants and needs.



Blindness can have a severe impact on daily life. Whether it’s helping with navigation in the outside world or at home, carers can help blind people continue to live a fulfilling life.



Through continual work and support, carers can help those with hearing impairments by developing effective forms of communication.


Accident-Caused Conditions

Some cases of blindness and deafness are caused by an incident, such as an accident or surgical error. These life-changing events are traumatic and can leave many patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). To help individuals deal with their emotions and thoughts, carers can supplement a wider mental health care regime as instructed by a psychologist.


How My Care My Home Can Help

As a home care service provider, we are extremely familiar with a wide range of conditions that require care.

In certain circumstances, additional help may be required to allow individuals to live comfortably. My Care My Home is made up of a team of dedicated care specialists with many years of experience in caregiving. As such, our services can accommodate for the needs of various individuals with the ultimate goal of easing their symptoms.

We have branches located in both South Wales and Wigan and are able to service the whole of Wales and England through our extensive network of trustworthy carers.

No matter your location, age, or health condition; My Care My Home is committed to helping you access the care you need.

How Does It Work?

To avoid confusion, we have streamlined our process to make the provision of care that much easier:

1. Consultation

When you reach out to us, our carers will talk through your situation with the goal of learning more about you and your needs. Whether you’re a concerned family member acting on someone’s behalf or looking for care yourself, our team will do its very best to ensure that you feel supported.

2. Service Selection

After your initial consultation, our team will work tirelessly to identify potential services that you could benefit from and ensure a smooth implementation.

3. Monitoring

Once your services are in place, a representative from our team will keep in close contact with you to ensure that your needs are always being met. If anything else can be done, we will do our best to arrange it swiftly.

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