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The Importance of Orientation And Mobility Skills For Students Who Are Deaf-Blind. Jay Gense, Ed.S.Marilyn Gense, M.A. October 2004 Revised
Identifying Vision and Hearing Problems in Infants with Disabilities by Deborah Chen, Ph.D.
Orientation and Mobility for Children Who are Deafblind New York State TAP
Orientation and Mobility Training for Students Who Are Deafblind: Going Beyond the Blue Book Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
TDPB Evaluation and the Young Child Who is Deafblind: Assessing Orientation and Mobility Skills Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Issues Regarding the Assessment of Vision Loss in Regard to Sign Language, Fingerspelling, Speechreading, and Cued Speech for the Student with Deafblindness by Robbie Blaha, Education Specialist, TSBVI Deafblind Outreach & Brad Carlson, Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (formerly known as Texas Commision for the Blind) With help from Kate Moss, Education Specialist, Texas Deafblind Outreach
DB-LINK The National Information Clearinghouse on Children Who Are Deaf-Blind A national information clearinghouse.
DB-LINK SELECTED TOPICS IN DEAF-BLINDNESS (Many Links!!)
Orientation & Mobility Materials DB-LINK Bibliography
CHARGE SyndromeDB-LINK page (many links)
Usher Syndrome DB-LINK page (many links)
Tips On How To Communicate And Comply Effectively with A Deaf-Blind Person. By Elizabeth Spiers and Stephen Ehrlich.
Syndromes Which Often Result in Combined Vision and Hearing Loss by Kate Moss, Family Training Specialist, TSBVI Outreach.
The changing deafblind population Sense.org
The scent system. Talking Sense - Volume 43, No 3, Autumn 97 Jane Roberts from Andlaw House, Sense South West describes how aromatherapy oils can help with communication.
Utilizing the Sense of Smell in Children and Youth with Deaf-Blindness. California Deaf-Blind Services
Powerful Sense of Smell. California Deaf-Blind Services
Communication During Physical Activity: A Review of Strategies. Dr. Lauren Lieberman SUNY Brockport
"Orientation and Mobility for Deaf-Blind People" Handouts regarding O&M for deaf-blind people by Dona Sauerburger, COMS
(Poster) Corner to Corner: Effective Ways to Solicit Aid by Deaf-Blind People, by Dona Sauerburger and Suzanne Jones. VVH, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.
Article "Corner to Corner: How Can Deaf-Blind Travelers Solicit Aid Effectively?" by Dona Sauerburger and Suzanne Jones (1997), RE:view vol. 29 No. 1
Article "Orientation and Mobility for Deaf-Blind People" by Dona Sauerburger, COMS (1998) from the journal "American Rehabilitation" (published by the Rehabilitation Services Administration.
Communicating with the Deaf-Blind Student, by Dona Sauerburger, COMS.
Important points for Instructor to Explain before Deaf-Blind Students Travel in Public Places, by Dona Sauerburger, COMS.
Teaching Deaf-Blind People to Communicate and Interact with the Public, by Dona Sauerburger, COMS
Principles of Successful Interaction with the Public, by Dona Sauerburger, COMS
Getting Across the Street with Visual and Hearing Impairments, by Dona Sauerburger, COMS
Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People, by Dona Sauerburger, COMS
Bourquin, E., & Sauerburger, D. (2005).Teaching deaf-blind people to communicate and interact with the public: Critical issues for travelers who are deaf-blind. RE:View, 37(3), 109-116.
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