A worker (Intervenor) must learn to communicate environmental information to the deafblind adult to enable her to act accordingly and thus to help her understand the happenings in her surroundings. To assist her, when required, in her daily living activities with safety. Alert to her health requirements. To provide support with the computer and other, easy to learn, technical devices.
It will be necessary to learn the basic fourteen lessons of Signing Exact English at a weekly class at the home of the disabled person so she may participate. Paid employment follows after the lessons are completed successfully. All employees will work either four hours, twice weekly or eight hours twice weekly on average. They are free to choose the work time, with adjustments, as scheduled weekly.The new employee will work with another intervenor for a short period of time so she may learn how to intervene with the disabled person. Learning will be on-going and braille lessons will be introduced at a later date. .