MODIFIED SIGN LANGUAGE FOR CONGENITALLY DEAFBLIND PEOPLE
This article outlines the work being done in Denmark to modify sign language for use by deafblind people. The rationale for the modification, the principles for modifying the signs, and the procedure for standardizing are all listed, as are the future goals in this field. DEAFBLIND EDUCATION, January-June 1994, pp. 16-17.
Thestrup, Ann and Andersen, Ove Vedel, "MODIFIED SIGN LANGUAGE FOR CONGENITALLY DEAFBLIND PEOPLE" (1994). DeafBlind Culture and Community. 39.