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Addressing the Educational Needs of a Child who is Deaf and Blind: A Parent's Perspective (Professionals, Parents)

Course: #1684Level: Intermediate1 Hour 49 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

DeafBlindness is an overwhelming word, and implies many things. Challenges are placed on parents and professionals when faced with the rarity and complex needs of a multiply sensory deprived child. This course seeks to offer an explanation of how multiple sensory deficits can educationally affect a student, and general guidelines from a parent's perspective regarding the education of a deaf blind child.


Course created on May 9, 2012

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkAt the end of the session, participants will be able to articulate what deafblindness is.
  • checkmarkAt the end of the session, participants will be able to identify key participants of the educational team for a deaf blind student.
  • checkmarkAt the end of the session, participants will be able to describe common adaptations to the educational environment for a deafblind student from a parent's perspective.


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Presenter Disclosure: Natasha is a presenter employed by Cochlear Americas.

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