SIR Peter Tapsell met deafblind people in his constituency and staff at the Sense Windsor Resource Centre in Louth.
The Louth and Horncastle MP met people who use the centre and praised the dedication of the staff.
The Windsor Resource Centre is a specialist resource centre run by national deafblind charity Sense, where people with sensory impairments and complex needs gain access to education, vocational training and art activities through specialist communication support.
Deafblind people have a range of communication support needs, including tactile methods where words are spelt out on palms, British Sign Language or familiar objects of reference.
Staff at the Windsor Resource Centre give deafblind people specialist support which enables them to communicate and live as independently as possible.