LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION IN PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAFBLIND
This chapter provides an overview of communication in people with deafblindness, covering levels of communication, modes and functions, using touch, communication challenges, early versus late deafblindness, consequences of limited perception of distant stimuli, social- emotional and behavioral challenges, assessment approaches and tools, augmented and alternative communication (AAC), and building an environment conducive to communication. In Marc Marschark and Patricia Elizabeth Spencer (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Language (pp. 325-343). Oxford University Press.
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