BEING IN TOUCH: Communication and Other Issues in the Lives of People Who Are Deaf-Blind
This book is aimed at interpreters, teachers, and other professionals who work with deaf-blind people. It provides basic information about deaf-blindness and devotes a large section to interpreting. The appendices cover organizations, agencies, and schools serving deaf-blind people; training for teachers and interpreters; manual and braille alphabets; and characteristics of vision loss; recommendations for those looking for more information.
Atwood, Alan A.; Clarkson, John Dennis; and Laba, Charlene R., "BEING IN TOUCH: Communication and Other Issues in the Lives of People Who Are Deaf-Blind" (1994). Interpreting. 54.