WHAT MAKES A GOOD SSP AND A GOOD DEAF-BLIND CONSUMER
The information in the article was compiled from deaf-blind consumers and Support Service Providers (SSP) at Georgia's Deaf-Blind Access of the South camp. It includes lists developed by participants on what makes a good SSP and what makes a good deaf-blind consumer. The section on a good SSP includes attributes such as attitude, time, skills, transportation, and other issues. The section on a good consumer includes attitude, skills and knowledge, and speaking up. The article gives specifics on each attribute as well as information on how the lists were developed. THE DEAF-BLIND AMERICAN, vol. 42, #2, April-June 2003, pp. 23-28.
Gasaway, Mark and Lascek, Susan, "WHAT MAKES A GOOD SSP AND A GOOD DEAF-BLIND CONSUMER" (2003). DeafBlind Culture and Community. 19.