This is an interesting conversation especially since in communication, a message is only considered to have been effective once it is understood and elicits the desired action from the receiver.
In our work for cancer prevention through community education, we have been challenged to consider our advocacy messaging for patients and families of patients who are deaf mute or blind. They may be a minority, but they also have health needs too.
Can someone inform of any past work done that we can learn from?
Best regards all,