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Environmental Considerations

The consideration of environmental factors, both physical and emotional, are critical for children who are deaf-blind. The combination of vision and hearing loss affects the development of communication, learning and social interactions. The materials presented her cover a variety of environmental features, settings and tools that can help a child to function at his or her best.

Classroom Organization & Management

Fundamental Classroom Conditions to Enhance Learning Experiences for Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

Classroom Accommodations for People with a Visual Impairment

Classroom Accommodations for Students with a Hearing Impairment

Classroom Observation Instrument for Educational Environments Serving Students with Deaf-Blindness

Design to Learn: Tools and Teaching Strategies

Environmental Checklist for Developing Independence

Sensory Environments for Deafblind Children and Adults

Visual Adaptations

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