deafblindness

noun ˈdɛf.blʌɪn(d)nɪsˈdɛf.blaɪn(d)nɪs
The medical condition of being both deaf and blind.

Disability Discrimination Act 1995: Rights of access,facilities,services and premises (2002) p. 68.


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