NATIONAL CURRICULUM: AN INTRODUCTION TO WORKING AND SOCIALIZING WITH PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND [Includes videos]
This is an abridged version of the National Curriculum For Training Interpreters Working with People Who Are Deaf-Blind. This is a three module program (total of 48 hours) that provides materials, sessions and activities to be used for in-service training and workshops where people want to learn more about communicating with and understanding people who are Deaf-Blind. It also includes the syllabus for a four credit college course. The curriculum is presented in several alternate formats including regular print, large print, videotapes, and on diskette in ASCII. This curriculum is at the introductory level and is designed for beginners who have intermediate to advanced sign language skills and are interested in learning about communicating with persons who are Deaf-Blind. It enhances participants' familiarity with the basics, such as various etiologies represented in the deaf-blind community, tactile communication, interpreting visual information, comfort with touch, and sighted guide techniques. The full National Curriculum is available from the National Clearinghouse of Rehabilitation Training Materials and can be downloaded as a complete .pdf file. Choose Digital Library option from the website. Publisher's website: http://ncrtm.org/
unknown, unknown, "NATIONAL CURRICULUM: AN INTRODUCTION TO WORKING AND SOCIALIZING WITH PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND [Includes videos]" (2001). Vocational Rehabilitation. 3.