Independence Without Sight or Sound: Suggestions for Practitioners Working with Deaf-Blind Adults
Provides valuable information on how to talk with deafblind travelers, and interact with deafblind individuals socially.
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Catalog Number: F-B0037-00
Authors: Dona Sauerburger
Independence without Sight or Sound covers the essential aspects of communicating and working with deaf-blind adults–individuals who have both vision and hearing loss. Written in a personal and informal style, it is filled with practical information for any professional who works with someone who is deaf-blind, such as how to talk with someone who is deaf-blind, how deaf-blind people can communicate with strangers and interact with people in public, and how they can overcome isolation and assert control over their own life. Written by an expert in orientation and mobility, this guide emphasizes adapting orientation and mobility techniques for deaf-blind travelers.
Product Type: Multiple Disabilities
Federal Quota Funds: Not Available
Authors/Editors: Dona Sauerburger
Publication Date: 1993
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