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Social Interactions

This section contains information and suggestions for parents and teachers to help children who are deaf-blind learn to interact and make friendships with other children. Also included here is help with behavioral problems.

Harmonious Interactions

Making the Case for Social Skills

Positive Behavioral Supports and Social Relationships

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

Developing and Maintaining Community Connections and Friendships

FACT SHEET: Integrating Your Child or Youth Who Is Deaf-blind into Groups: Strategies for Families and Caregivers (fourth article)

Fact Sheet: Promoting Interactions with Siblings and Peers

Social Interaction with Peers

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