More on Interveners

by DB-LINK on Nov 30, 2012
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A number of excellent resources on Interveners are not available online. The following is a list of some key resources.  If you would like help in locating items on the list or getting additional information, contact us via email at

Deafblindness and the Role of the Intervener/ SKI-HI Institute. -- SKI-HI Institute, Utah State University: 2010, various paginations. This packet contains the following materials: a CD-ROM containing a PowerPoint presentation called "Deafblindness and the Role of the Intervener in Educational Settings"; a hard copy of the same PowerPoint presentation; a DVD called "Deafblindness and the Intervener"; an article, previously published in Deaf-Blind Perspectives, called "Selecting an Intervener for a Student Who Is Deafblind"; a copy of "Competencies for Training Interveners to Work with Children and Students with Deafblindness"; a copy of "The Intervener in Early Intervention and Educational Settings for Children and Youth with Deafblindness," previously published by NTAC; a copy of "Specialization Knowledge and Skill Set for Paraeducators Who Are Interveners for Individuals With Deaf-Blindness; a booklet called "Interveners in the Classroom: Guidelines for Teams Working With Students Who Are Deafblind"; and a fact sheet called "Educational Interveners for Children Who Are Deafblind." Available from SKI HI for $30.00. Contact Fran Payne (435) 797-5591

Interveners in the Classroom: Guidelines for Teams Working With Students Who Are Deafblind--Alsop, Linda; Robinson, Cindi; Goehl, Karen; Lace, Jenny; Belote, Maurice; Rodriguez-Gil, Gloria. Logan, UT: SKI-HI Institute, Utah State University. (2007) This booklet provides detailed guidelines in a checklist format for interveners, teachers, administrators, and parents to assist in their understanding of the roles and responsibilities of interveners in educational settings. An intervener code of ethics is included. The cost is approximately $10.00. Available from Linda Alsop at Utah State University. Phone: 435-797-5598. E-mail:

UNDERSTANDING DEAFBLINDNESS: Issues, Perspectives, and Strategies/ Alsop, Linda, M.Ed. (Ed.) -- SKI-HI Institute, Utah State University: 2002, various paginations. A comprehensive 2-volume curriculum for parents, interveners, and service providers working with children and young adults who are deaf-blind. Aspects of deaf-blind programming covered include communication, concept development, vision, hearing, touch, sensory integration, intervention, family issues, physical education, additional disabilities, orientation and mobility, community support, and evaluation. Individual chapters were written by professionals with expertise in their respective subject areas. Available from Hope Publishing, Inc. Phone/Fax: 435-245-2888 .E-mail: Cost: $175.00.  

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