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Submissions from 2018

Q&A: HOW PRO-TACTILE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE — PTASL — IS CHANGING THE CONVERSATION, Meredith Fidrocki

Submissions from 2017

PSYCHOSOCIAL WELL-BEING AND HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN A UK POPULATION WITH USHER SYNDROME, Gavin Dean, Amy Orford, and Roy Staines

EMPOWERING PEOPLE EXPERIENCING USHER SYNDROME AS PARTICIPANTS IN RESEARCH, Michelle Evans

DEAFBLIND CONNECTIONS, Rhonda Jacobs

USHER SYNDROME COALITION SERIES, unknown unknown

Submissions from 2016

PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL NETWORKS BY ADULTS WHO ARE DEAFBLIND, Katrina Arndt and Amy Parker

OVERVIEW OF TOUCH SIGNALS, Ashley Benton

WALK IN MY SHOES: An Anthology on Usher Syndrome, Charlotte J. DeWitt Ed.

PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS IN USHER SYNDROME, Nadja Högner

NEEDS AND CHALLENGES OF SENIORS WITH COMBINED HEARING AND VISION LOSS, Michele C. McDonnall, Adele Crudden, and B.J. LeJeune

PRO-TACTILE: The DeafBlind Way (VLOG #5), Jellica Nuccio and AJ Granda

ONE OF SOCIETY'S MOST VULNERABLE GROUPS?: A Systematically Conducted Literature Review Exploring the Vulnerability of Deafblind People, Peter Simcock

A GLIMPSE OF OUR WORLD: Inspirational Stories by Young Deafblind People, unknown unknown

WHAT ARE TOUCH SIGNALS? [Listserv message], unknown unknown

LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION IN PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAFBLIND, Mathijs P.J. Vervloed and Saskia Damen

PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH, SOCIAL TRUST, AND FINANCIAL SITUATION FOR PERSONS WITH USHER SYNDROME TYPE 1, Moa Wahlqvist, Kerstin Möller, and Claes Möller

Submissions from 2015

A CASE STUDY OF TACTILE LANGUAGE AND ITS POSSIBLE STRUCTURE: A Tentative Outline to Study Tactile Language Systems among Children with Congenital Deafblindness, Jesper Dammeyer, Anja Nielsen, and Emilie Strøm

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN DEAFBLIND MINDS: Interactional and Social Foundations of Intention Attribution in the Seattle DeafBlind Community, Terra Edwards

CO-FORMING REAL SPACE BLENDS IN TACTILE SIGNED LANGUAGE DIALOGUES, Johanna Mesch, Eli Raanes, and Linsday Ferrara

DEAFBLIND BUSHWALKERS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Angela Willis

Submissions from 2014

LESSER-KNOWN THINGS ABOUT BEING DEAFBLIND, Liz Ball

ADVERBIAL MORPHEMES IN TACTILE SIGN LANGUAGE: Deaf-Blind Interpreting, Steven D. Collins

ISOLATION: A Diary of Subtle Discrimination, Megan Conway

CAN I REALLY DO IT?, Haben Girma

IMAGINE: TO BE A PART OF THIS, Lex Grandia

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An Introduction to the Seattle DeafBlind Community and the Role of the Support Service Provider (SSP), Rhonda Jacobs, Larry Asbell, Terra Edwards, and Jelica Nuccio

DEAFBLIND SELF-ADVOCACY: Reach Out and Touch Someone, René Pellerin

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DEAFBLIND SELF-ADVOCACY: Reach Out and Touch Someone, René Pellerin

LEADERS WHO ARE DEAFBLIND: A Phenomenological Study of Educational Experiences [Dissertation], Risa Amacker Shariff

COMMUNICATION GUIDE SUPPORT FOR WESTERN AUSTRAILIANS WITH DEAFBLINDNESS: A PILOT PROJECT [Thesis], Matthew G. Wittorff

Submissions from 2013

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Looking at Art, No Author Listed

Submissions from 2007

VIDEO RELAY SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND, Mark A. Gasaway

COMMUNICATION FACILITATORS (CFs), AJ Granda

TIPS FOR DEAF-BLIND CONSUMERS WORKING WITH INTERPRETERS, Rossana Reis

ASSESSMENT OF SERVICE-LEARNING IN THE DEAF-BLIND COMMUNITY, Sherry Shaw and Carolyn S. Jolley

Submissions from 2006

THE ONLY WAY SIGNING CAN KILL US, John Lee Clark

Submissions from 2004

WORDS IN MY HANDS: A Teacher, a Deaf-Blind Man, an Unforgettable Journey, Diane Chambers

Submissions from 2003

WHAT MAKES A GOOD SSP AND A GOOD DEAF-BLIND CONSUMER, Mark Gasaway and Susan Lascek

SIGNED CONVERSATIONS OF DEAF-BLIND PEOPLE, Johanna Mesch PhD

Submissions from 2002

TOUCHING LIVES: Portraits of Deaf-Blind People, Myles Gordon and Susan Hajjar

BILINGUALISM AND IDENTITY IN DEAF COMMUNITIES, Melanie Metzger Ed.

GUIDELINES: Practical Tips for Working and Socializing with Deaf- Blind People, Theresa B. Smith

Submissions from 2001

'DACTYLS' METHOD OF COMMUNICATION, Daniel Alvarez Reyes

Submissions from 2000

TEAM STRUCTURE FOR A DEAF-BLIND STUDENT, Betsy J. Dunn

CONFERENCE REPORTS: How Do We Communicate (with Assistive Technology)? Let Me Count the Ways, Deborah Kendrick

INTERDEPENDENCE WITH OUR VALUABLE SSPS, Jamie McNamara

Submissions from 1999

OPENING DOORS TO THE THEATRE: Creating Access for the Deaf- Blind Community, Judy Berk and Cathy Cogen

VICTORY, MEASURED BY THE HEART, John Hane

HOLISTIC AND INTERACTIVE COMMUNICATION WITH ACQUIRED DEAFBLIND PEOPLE, Riitta Lahtinen

FASTEN SEATBELTS: A Guided Tour of the Research on Deafblind Communication in 45 Minutes, Ole E. Mortensen

ASSUME NOTHING: Deafblindness - An Introduction, unknown unknown

Submissions from 1998

WHAT HAPPENS IN TACTILE ASL?, Steven Collins and Karen Petronio

WHAT HAPPENS IN TACTILE ASL?, Steven Collins and karen Petronio

CUEMMUNICATION: Beginning communication with people who are deafblind, Sharon Barrey Grassick

TACTILE SIGN LANGUAGE : Turn Taking and Questions In Signed Conversations of Deaf-Blind People, Johanna Mesch

TACTILE SIGN LANGUAGE: Turn Taking and Questions In Signed Conversations of Deaf-Blind People, Johanna Mesch

THE MIND TRAVELLER : The Ragin' Cajun, Oliver Sacks

UNDERSTANDING SSP SITUATIONS: Workshop Proceedings, Laura J. Thomas

Submissions from 1997

A GLOSSARY OF SOME COMMUNICATION METHODS USED WITH DEAF-BLIND PEOPLE, Sheryl B. Cooper

DEFINITIONS OF ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION STYLES WITH DEAF-BLIND PEOPLE, Julie Devich

COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGY: Including Transfer to Tactile Mode, Live Fuglesang and Ole E. Mortensen

THE ACQUISITION OF TACTILE SIGN LANGUAGE BY DEAF-BLIND ADULTS, Candace Steffen CI.

Submissions from 1996

FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION FOR PEOPLE WITH USHER SYNDROME: Interview with Emma Hancock, Sarah Talbot-Williams and Emma Hancock

Submissions from 1995

STUDY OF THE TACTUAL RECEPTION OF SIGN LANGUAGE, Charlotte M. Reed, Lorraine A. Delhorne, and Nathaniel I. Durlache

IMPROVING ACCESS FOR DEAF-BLIND PEOPLE, unknown unknown

Submissions from 1994

BEING IN TOUCH : Communication and Other Issues in the Lives of People Who Are Deaf-Blind, Alan A. Atwood, John Dennis Clarkson, and Charlene R. Laba

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE DEAF COMMUNITY: WE HAVE USHER SYNDROME, Theona Chiocciola, Syble Harrison, Beverly Kesner, and Janice Lejeune

AN OPEN LETTER TO OUR PARENTS: What We Wish You Had Known, Myra Collins, David Delgadillo, matt Frawley, and Ginger Kinney

MODIFIED SIGN LANGUAGE FOR CONGENITALLY DEAFBLIND PEOPLE, Ann Thestrup and Ove Vedel Andersen

Submissions from 1993

DEAF-BLIND COMMUNITY: In Touch, Jan Neidermaier Trans.

DEAF-BLIND COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNITY: GETTING INVOLVED - A CONVERSATION, Theresa Smith

DEAF-BLIND COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNITY: GETTING INVOLVED - A CONVERSATIONDEAF-BLIND COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNITY: GETTING INVOLVED - A CONVERSATION, Theresa Smith

DEAF-BLIND COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNITY: OVERVIEW AND INTRODUCTION, Theresa Smith

DEAF-BLIND COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNITY: OVERVIEW AND INTRODUCTION, Theresa Smith

Submissions from 1989

DEAF-BLINDNESS: AN EMERGING CULTURE?, Roderick Macdonald

Submissions from 1987

LOSING TOUCH: A SURVEY OF SIGN LANGUAGE RECEPTION AND MODIFICATION FOR DEAF PEOPLE WHO ARE LOSING THEIR SIGHT, Doreen E. Woodford

Submissions from 1000

TIPS FOR STUDENTS WITH USHER SYNDROME: Information Sheet, Juli Baumgarner

POSSIBILITIES: Recreational Experiences of Individuals Who Are Deafblind, Lauren J. Lieberman, Justin A. Haegele, and Maricar Marquez

TACTILE SWEDISH SIGN LANGUAGE: Turn Taking in Signed Conversations of People Who Are Deaf and Blind, Johanna Mesch

TACTILE SWEDISH SIGN LANGUAGE: Turn Taking in Signed Conversations of People Who Are Deaf and Blind, Johanna Mesch

DEPRIVATION OF INFORMATION, Drena O'Malley

MIND OVER MATTER: Coping with Disability, Nancy Ulrich

ABOUT COMMUNICATION WITH PEOPLE WITH ACQUIRED DEAFBLINDNESS, unknown unknown

AT THEIR FINGERTIPS, unknown unknown

COMMUNICATING WITH YOUR DEAFBLIND PATIENTS, unknown unknown

HELEN KELLER ARCHIVE, unknown unknown

PARTNERS IN LANGUAGE, unknown unknown

TOUCH SIGNALS: Using Touch to Convey Visual and Environmental Information to People who are Deaf-Blind [Online course], unknown unknown