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The selection includes information on the planning and practices considered in developing a program for a student who is deaf-blind.

Capacity or Deficit? The Lens We Use to View Students Does Make a Difference

Deafblindness: Educational Service Guidelines: A Product of Our Strengthening Field

Harmonious Interactions

Observational Overview for Programs with Students with Deaf-Blindness

To Live, To Love, To Work, To Play: Blending Quality of Life Into the Curriculum

Understanding Deaf-Blindness

Beyond the Classroom and Into the School Community

Collaboration to Teach Children Who Are DeafBlind (pp.14-18)

Communication Between Family and School: Creating a Communication Notebook that Works

Deaf-Blindness: Books and Curricula Bibliography

Educational Services

Helping Children Want to Do Things: Identifying and Using Motivators

Making the Best of It: Getting More Bang for Your Therapy Buck

Perkins eLearning Activity Bank

Program Planning Bibliography

Supporting High Quality Interactions with Students Who are Deafblind

Teaching Strategies Specific to Children Who Are Deaf-Blind

Team Collaboration Sites: A Unique Website About Your Child

The Communications Portfolio

The Roles and Responsibilities of Team Members for a Student Who is Deaf-Blind

Universal Design for Learning

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