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Adapted orientation and mobility (O&M) techniques for working with anyone having trouble learning standard O&M techniques.
The importance of touch to individuals who are deafblind and how to converse with children who are deafblind.
Uses a theme-based approach to create meaningful learning opportunities for students with multiple disabilities.
Essential program elements when designing appropriate services for students who are visually impaired.
A guide for agencies, education service providers and parents of students who are blind or visually impaired.
Issues and topics of interest to parents, families and educators of children who are blind or deafblind.
Features two of our webcasts about the impact of CHARGE Syndrome on vision, behavior and sensory processing.
Strategies for dealing with sensory and medical challenges caused by CHARGE Syndrome.
Learn more about CHARGE Syndrome from professionals in the Perkins organization.
Intended for public school teams working with primary (elementary) students with visual impairments.
Step-by-step techniques that enable people with visual impairments to undertake housecleaning tasks.
Four booklets written to support and inspire individuals and teams around each person with deafblindness.
Knowledge and skills for paraprofessionals working with learners who are deafblind.
The knowledge and skills required by teachers of children who are deafblind.
Develop your knowledge and understanding about persons with congenital deafblindness. Includes companion DVD.
Interaction and early communication with congenitally deafblind persons in everyday situations.
Accessible science lessons, physical activities for students with disabilities & Universal Design for Learning.
Understand the implications of combined vision and hearing losses on learning.
This mini-guide is designed to help families work with their child's team to develop an Individualized Education Plan
A story about Eliska a 6 year old from the Czech Republic and her family's personal journey