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'It Makes Sense' - November is Sensory Awareness Month in Wales

Each November, the NHS in Wales runs a campaign called 'It Makes Sense' to raise awareness of the different communication and information needs of the 600,000 people in Wales living with some form of sensory loss.

Patients with sight and/or hearing loss are also reminded of their rights under the Equality Act to have accessible health information, and to:

Wales Council of the Blind and Wales Council for Deaf People recently joined forces to produce good practice guidance for accessible meetings. It's available for download at in PDF form and Word document. A Welsh language version available: Welsh Word and Welsh PDF

There is more information on the campaign on the Public Health Wales website.


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