Hi-VisUK was established in 2016 as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation: Hearing Impairment and Visual Impairment Support UK, by the directors of its predecessor SCENE Enterprises CIC.

Hi-VisUK was created from the findings of SCENEs pioneering In Good Hands project. SCENE received £1.3 million of BIG Lottery Silver Dreams Funding to support the innovative work of In Good Hands about dual sensory impairment and acquired communication disorders.

Our new flagship project; Making Waves is supported by the National Lottery Community Fund. Hi-VisUK also delivers training and qualifications across the UK directly and with long term partners SCIE.

CPD activities

  • Level 5 Care Act 2014, Specialist Deafblind Assessor, Part One
  • Level 2: Communicating with People with Acquired Communication Disorders
  • Level 2: Deafblind Support Worker
  • Level 3: Certificate in Deafblind Rehabilitation and Care Act Assessing
  • Level 3: Identifying Children and Young People who may have Dual-sensory Impairment
  • Level 3: The Impact of Deafblind in the Four Types of Deafblindness as referred to in The Care Act 2014
  • Level 5: Advocacy and Dual Sensory Impairment
  • Level 5 Mental Capacity Act and Dual Sensory Impairment
  • Level 5 Mental Capacity Act and Dual Sensory Impairment
  • Level 5: Safeguarding and Dual Sensory Impairment

Who should attend?
The training courses are aimed at Health and Social Care professionals, particularly people who work in an environment that brings them into contact with people dual sensory impairment.

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