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ERIC Number: ED223020
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 100
Abstractor: N/A
The Institute for Deaf-Blind Studies: Proceedings.
Scheffler, Joye A.; And Others
The document contains 16 papers from the Institute for Deaf Blind Studies, a program to bring together many disciplines and to place emphasis on every aspect of the learning and teaching activity involved in the development of deaf-blind children. The following titles and authors are included: "Current Status of the Rubella Problem" (P. Ziring); "Audiological Considerations in Evaluating and Managing Deaf-Blind Children" (A. Dahle); "Developmental Evaluation in the Assessment for Rehabilitation Potential of Deaf-Blind Multihandicapped Children" (J. Brower); "Role of Sensorimotor Experience and Perception in the Acquisition of Language" (C. Groves); "Significance of Motor Development in the Deaf-Blind Child" (R. Folio); "Examining the Deaf-Blind Child--A Communication Gap" (R. Jose); "Instructional Materials for Use with Deaf-Blind Children" (J. Dyrda); "Developmental Assessment and Evaluation through Teacher Observation" (N. Barraga); "Environmental Coding--An Approach for Facilitating Cognitive Development in Deaf-Blind Children" (R. Jackson); "New Developments in Communication for Deaf-Blind People" (C. Laenger, Sr.); "Aids and Appliances for Employment and Rehabilitation of Blind and Deaf-Blind Individuals" (G. Dalrymple); "Programming for and Rehabilitation of the Low-Functioning, Nonambulatory Deaf-Blind Child" (B. Bell and C. Hain); "Helping Parents to Help Their Handicapped Child" (K. Hudson); "Interpersonal Aspects of Intervention Strategies in the Rehabilitation of Handicapped Children" (S. Mouchka); "Principles of Behavior Management, Disciplines, and Child Rearing Based on Three Psychological Theories" (M. Wyrick); and "Quality Education and Its Impact upon Rehabilitation Services and Their Probable Outcome for Blind and Deaf-Blind Students" (C. Raeke). (SW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC. Centers and Services for Deaf-Blind Children.
Authoring Institution: Southwestern Region Deaf-Blind Center, Sacramento, CA.; Texas Education Agency, Austin.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A