How would you communicate if you only had the sense of touch? In this 360-degree video, you can get up close to Luis Alberto. He is 27 years old, Spanish, and deafblind.
How would you communicate if you only had the sense of touch?
In this 360-degree video, we accompany Luis Alberto, a 27-year-old deaf-blind man, in his daily life in the only specialised centre for deaf-blind people in Spain.
In 2014, a report by the European Deafblind Network estimated that the population of deaf-blind people in 27 European states and regions could be almost 3 million.
The first and only centre in Spain dedicated to promoting the well-being and social integration of deaf-blind people was inaugurated in 2010 by APASCIDE (The Spanish association for families of deaf-blind people.
In this report, Euronews documents the daily life of deaf-blind residents at the Centro Santa Ángela de la Cruz, in Salteras near Seville.