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ERIC Number: ED044895
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 168
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Deaf Blind Children: Evaluating Their Multiple Handicaps.
Curtis, Scott, Ed.; And Others
Prepared by specialists on the evaluation team at the Syracuse University Center for the Development of Blind Children, the book describes the procedures of the special diagnostic clinic within this unit. The diagnostic clinic was established to provide a unified approach to the evaluation and study of multiply handicapped children. Described in detail are the various evaluation and examination techniques and procedures developed by the various disciplines participating in the program. Chapters deal with the general characteristics of deaf-blind children (Elizabeth Wagner), administration (Edward T. Donlon), psychoeducational evaluation (Edward T. Donlon), speech and language evaluation (Scott Curtis), casework evaluation (Vernon Wolston), pediatric examination (Miriam Swift), audiological examination (E. Harris Nober), opthalmological examination (Joseph Frank), neurological evaluation (A. William Wright), and methods of education (Annette B. Dinsmore). (KW)
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Authoring Institution: American Foundation for the Blind, New York, NY.