ERIC Number: ED084750
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Reference Count: 0
Deafness Annual, Volume II.
Norris, Arthur G., Ed.
Presented is the second of two volumes on deafness which contains 12 papers and a review of programs or grants sponsored by the federal government and other groups. Larry Stewart identifies the deaf in "A Truly Silent Minority". In the "Seven-Faces of Deafness", G. Loyd tells what deafness means to seven people. E. Mindel maintains that parents can raise their deaf children to be "Just Like 'Real' People". The "Diagnostic Crisis and its Participants" is discussed by Hilde Schlesinger. J. Davis recounts "Frustrations of Being President of a State Association for the Deaf". "Innovation Where it Counts Most" is seen in some educational programs described by T. Mayes. B. Williams reviews "National Trends in the Vocational Rehabilitation of the Hearing Impaired". "A Dream that Came True" for P. Peterson is said to constitute the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Additionally focused on in the area of education are "Adult Education for the Deaf", by C. Boggs; "Television for Deaf Audiences", by J. Schein; and "Postsecondary Programs for Deaf Students (1972)" by J. DeNio. "Psychiatry for Deaf Persons" is discussed by J. Rainer. Tabularly and textually reviewed are research and demonstration projects sponsored by the following divisions of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Social and Rehabilitation Service; Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (also the Media Services and Captioned Films Branch), and the Maternal and Child Health Service of the Health Services and Mental Health Administration of the Office of Education. Listed are grants offered by the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke of the Public Health service. Grant activities by such sponsors as the Deafness Research Foundation are noted. (MC)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Rehabilitation Services Administration (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Professional Rehabilitation Workers with the Adult Deaf, Inc., Silver Spring, MD.
Note: Contributed papers and reports of research and professional training programs on deafness