ERIC Number: ED455631
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Reference Count: N/A
Deaf-Blind Perspectives, 2000-2001.
Malloy, Peggy, Ed.
Deaf-Blind Perspectives, v8 n1-3 Fall 2000-Spr 2001
These three issues of "Deaf-Blind Perspectives" feature the following articles: (1) "A Group for Students with Usher Syndrome in South Louisiana" (Faye Melancon); (2) "Simply Emily," which discusses a budding friendship between a girl with deaf-blindness and a peer; (3) "Intervener Update" (Peggy Malloy and Betsy Bixler), which summarizes services provided by a person with special training in deaf-blindness who works one-to-one on an ongoing basis with a child or young person who is deaf-blind; (4) "Team Structure for a Deaf-Blind Student" (Betsy J. Dunn), which discusses successful support teams and the different roles of team members; (5) "Tactile Learning Strategies for Children Who Are Deaf-Blind: Concerns and Considerations from Project SALUTE" (Deborah Chen; June Downing, and Gloria Rodriguez-Gil), which discusses activities and outcomes of Project SALUTE (Successful Adaptations for Learning To Use Touch Effectively); (6) "Parents Use a Research Technique To Help Their Children with Cortical Visual Impairments" (Karen Goehl and Georgia Hembrecht); (7) "NTAC Parent and Family Activities" (Kathy McNulty); (8) "Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind: Deaf-Blind Program Federal Funding" (Paula Hoffman); and (9) "Interactive Storytelling for Deaf-Blind Children" (Keith Park), which provides four examples of storytelling activities that have been made accessible for children who are deaf-blind and have cognitive disabilities. (Some articles contain references.) (CR)
Descriptors: Deaf Blind, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Aid, Federal Programs, Helping Relationship, Multiple Disabilities, Parent Associations, Parent Participation, Peer Relationship, Pupil Personnel Services, Research Utilization, Story Telling, Student Needs, Tactile Stimuli, Teamwork, Visual Impairments
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Western Oregon State Coll., Monmouth. Teaching Research Div.