Intervenors are trained professionals that act as the “eyes and ears” of a person who is Deafblind, providing specialized communications services and supports. DBCS’s intervenor services aim to empower people who are Deafblind to live their lives with confidence, independence, and safety.
These critical services help ensure people who are Deafblind can access the information they need in a way that’s accessible to them. Intervenor services help to enable clients to make informed choices, plan future actions, communicate successfully, and navigate their environment.
Please note that these services are currently only available to people who are Deafblind in British Columbia, Ontario and Saskatchewan.