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Concept development refers to the basic understanding that is necessary to make sense of one's world. This includes ideas about the self and others, objects, and the environment. This foundationsl understanding is crucial to communication, travel, and independence. While typical children usually develop an understanding of basic concepts through incidental learning, children with a combined vision and hearing loss must often be taught these same concepts through repeated exposure in an intentional manner.

Concept Development

Developing Concepts with Children Who Are Deaf-Blind

Guidelines for Assessment of Cognition in Relation to Congenital Deafblindness

What a Concept!

Concept Development Bibliography

Early Concept Development

Learning to Learn: A Systematic Child-Centered Model Skill Development in Young Children Who are Deafblind - Final Report

Routines (Washington Sensory Disabilities Services)

Slide-A-Round Math Manipulatives

Tangible Symbol Systems Primer

Understanding Concept Development and Related Challenges for Academic Students with DeafBlindness

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