People age 55 and over with combined vision and hearing loss comprise the largest group of people who are deaf-blind in the United States. Often, these adults don’t think of themselves as "deaf-blind." The most common causes of vision loss in older adults are: For people who have been sighted all of their lives, the impact of this loss can be profound.
If a person also develops any degree of hearing loss, the results can be overwhelming.
Competition entrants can fish from a Personal Water Craft (PWC), take a photo of themselves on their PWC with the competition JETFISH sticker visible to go into the random draw for Jet Fishing vouchers each day.
Hook Up will be giving away a Yamaha VX Deluxe Waverunner (pictured above) as a promotional draw for senior entrants on the Saturday night of the competition.
Daily prizes not collected by pm Sunday night will be posted out to the winners as soon as manageable.Learn more about the Confident Living Program The senior adult specialist makes presentations at local and national conferences, offers workshops across the country and collaborates with government and nonprofit organizations to help cultivate a greater understanding of the abilities and needs of senior adults who are experiencing a combined loss of vision and hearing. Your daily entrance fee receipt provides access to all LPRCA Parks for that same day.As part of Whyalla City Council’s inaugural une ARTh Festival, the council is offering an opportunity to explore the South Australian outback.Hitting the road over the Easter long weekend, the festival explores the Oodnadatta Track at a leisurely pace, leaving from Whyalla with overnight stops at Coober Pedy, Arckaringa Station, William Creek, and finishing up in Marree, with plenty of stops and photo opportunities along the way.