ERIC Number: ED331214
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Communication Development in Young Children with Deaf-Blindness: Literature Review.
Bullis, Michael, Ed.; Fielding, Glen, Ed.
This review summarizes and discusses literature relevant to the communication development of young children (0-5 years) with deaf-blindness. The review is divided into topical areas. The topical areas and the contributors for each area are as follows: "Perspectives on Communication Assessment" (Charity Rowland); "Research in Tactile Communication" (Cynthia Jones and others); "Visual Assessment" (Pamela J. Cress); "Hearing Evaluation of Infants and Children at Risk for Severe Hearing and Vision Deficiencies" (John Brandt and Joseph E. Spradlin); "Nonsymbolic Communication in Early Interactional Processes and Implications for Intervention" (Ellin Siegel-Causey and others); "Mother-Child Interaction and the Development of Preverbal Communication" (Madeline W. Appell); "The Play of Young Children Who Have Dual Sensory Impairments" (David M. Finn and others); "Development of Emergent Language" (Kathleen Stremel-Campbell and Jimmie Matthews); "Contingency Intervention" (Philip Schweigert); and "Augmentative Communication Systems" (Pamela Mathy-Laikko and others). References accompany each paper. (JDD)
Descriptors: Auditory Tests, Child Language, Communication Aids (for Disabled), Communication Skills, Contingency Management, Deaf Blind, Evaluation Methods, Interaction, Intervention, Language Acquisition, Mothers, Multiple Disabilities, Operant Conditioning, Oral Language, Parent Child Relationship, Play, Preschool Education, Skill Development, Tactile Stimuli, Tactual Perception, Vision Tests, Young Children
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Oregon State System of Higher Education, Monmouth. Teaching Research Div.
Identifiers: Augmentative Communication Systems; Preverbal Communication
Note: For related documents, see EC 300 196-197.