NATIONAL CURRICULUM FOR TRAINING INTERPRETERS WORKING WITH PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND [Includes videos]
These videos are to be used in conjunction with the curricular products of the same name. Video 1 contains three programs: Program I, The Deaf-Blind Community Experience, depicts Deaf-Blind people's life experiences in several community situations (22 minutes); Program 2, Understanding Technology Used by People Who Are Deaf-Blind demonstrates various technological equipment and assistive devices used by individuals who are Deaf-Blind (30 minutes); Program 3, Sighted Guide Techniques with People Who Are Deaf-Blind demonstrates techniques used in guiding individuals who are Deaf-Blind from one location to another (20 minutes). Video 2 contains two programs: Program 1, Tactile Communication Methods and Techniques depicts individuals who are Deaf-Blind using particular communication styles (20 minutes); Program 2, Interpreting Adjustments, illustrates adjustments that may be required while interpreting depending on the communication method used (30 minutes). 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/
Myers, Mark J. M.A. (Ed.), "NATIONAL CURRICULUM FOR TRAINING INTERPRETERS WORKING WITH PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND [Includes videos]" (2001). Vocational Rehabilitation. 5.