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Education > Assessment Overview

The resources in this selected topic address the assessment of communication and assessment of the educational abilities and needs of children who are deaf-blind. The impact that deaf-blindness has on a student's development must be understood.

A Psychological Evaluation of Children who are Deaf-Blind: An Overview with Recommendations for Practice

Assessing Communication and Learning in Young Children who are Deafblind or Who Have Multiple Disabilities

Assessment - Chapter 3 DeafBlindness: Educational Service Guidelines

Authentic Assessment

Communication Matrix Community of Practice (CMCoP)

Communication Matrix Community of Practice Introductory Video

Helpful Offline Resources on Assessment

Information About Your Child's Education

Validation of Evidence-based Assessment Strategies to Promote Achievement in Children who are Deafblind

A School Psychologist’s Guide to Deafblindness: Identifying & Supporting Students with Combined Hearing-Vision Loss

Additional Resources on Assessment

Assessment of Communication and Learning Bibliography

Assessment Practices for Children Who Are Deaf-Blind - Evidence Base Bibliography

Child-Guided Assessment

The Communication Matrix: How it is Used to Assess and Support Children with Multiple Disabilities who are Non-Verbal

What Does "Follow the Child" Mean?

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