Leading experts address such problems as identification of deafblindness, planning and intervention, development, family support, and education for parents and professionals who work with people who have been deafblind from birth or a very early age.ner of her eye at a distance of six to eight inches and to use her left eye to read manual communication at a distance of ... to go to her room and shut her door vigorously or, if away from home, to go directly to the car and avoid any communication. ... participates in group activities with two peers whom she has taught to sign, and takes great pride in making detailed, ... and one-third using community resources, such as shopping, other life skills, mobility, and swimming, which are notanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide to Planning and Support for Individuals who are Deafblind|
|Author||:||John M. McInnes|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1999|