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Vision Impairment and Additional Disabilities and Deafblindness

  • Perkins Activity & Resource Guide – A Handbook for teachers and parents of students who have Vision Impairment with Additional Disabilities, including Deafblindness. Heydt, Kathy ET all, 2004. Second Edition. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts. ISBN 0-9743510-5-9.
  • I SAVE – Individualized, Systematic Assessment of Visual Efficiency for the Developmentally Young & Individuals with Multihandicapping Conditions. Vols. I & II. Langley, Beth M, 1998. American Printing House for the Blind, Inc., Deaf-Blind Infants and Children – A Developmental Guide. McInnes J. M. & Treffry J.A. University of Toronto Press, Canada 1982. ISBN 0-8020-7787-0.
  • The INSITE Model – A Model of Home Intervention for Infant, Toddler, & Preschool Aged Multihandicapped Sensory Impaired Children, 1989. Vols. I & II. SKI –HI Institute. H.O.P.E, Inc. 1856 North 1200 East, North Logan, UT 84341.
  • Remarkable Conversations – A guide to developing meaningful communication with children and young adults who are deafblind. Ed. Miles, Barbara; Riggio, Marianne, 1999.  Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts, ISBN 0-9657170-1-1.
  • Understanding Deafblindness – Issues, Perspectives & strategies. Vols. I & II. Alsop, Linda, 2002.SKI-HI Institute Utah State University, Logan, Utah.
  • Competencies for Teachers of Learners Who Are Deafblind. McLetchie, Barbara A.B.; Riggio, Marianne – Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts.
  • Competencies for Paraprofessionals Working With Learners Who Are Deafblind in Early Intervention and Educational Settings – Riggio, Marianne; McLetchie, Barbara A.B, 2001. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts. ISBN 0-965- 71703-8. 
  • Promoting Learning through Active Interaction – A Guide to Early Communication with young Children Who Have Multiple Disabilities. Klein, Diane M.; Chen, Deborah; Haney, Michele, 2000. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. Baltimore, Maryland. 21285-0624. ISBN 1-55766464-1.
  • Calendars for Students with Multiple Impairments Including Deafblindness. Blaha, Robbie, 2001 – Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Austin, Texas. ISBN 1-880366-27-4.
  • Teaching Students with Visual and Multiple Impairments – A Resource Guide. Smith, Millie; Levack, Nancy, 1996. Second Edition. Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. ISBN 1-880366-25-8.
  • Learning Through Doing – A manual for parents and caregivers of children who are visually impaired with additional disabilities. Cushman, Charlotte (Ed.), 2000. Blind People’s Association, Ahmedabad and National Institute for the Visually Handicapped, Dehradun.
  • Suggestions for Modifying the Home and School Environment – A handbook for parents and teachers of children with dual sensory impairments. Brennan, Vickie; Peck, Flo; Lolli, Dennis, 1992. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts.
  • Effective Practices in Early Intervention – Infants whose multiple disabilities include both vision & hearing loss. Chen, Deborah, PhD, 1997. California State University, Northridge.
  • Tactile Strategies for Children Who Have Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities – Promoting Communication and Learning skills. Chen, Deborah; Downing, June E. American Foundation for the Blind, 2006. ISBN 0-89128-819-8.
  • Educating Students Who Have Visual Impairments with Other Disabilities – . Sacks, Sharon Z.; Silberman, Rosanne K. (ED.). Second Printing 2002. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland. ISBN 1-55766-280-0.
  • Speech Beginings for the Deaf-Blind Child. A Guide for Parents – Robbins, Nan, 1963. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA.
  • Body Image and the Severely Handicapped Rubella Child – Guldager, Virginia, 1970. Perkins School for The Blind, Watertown, MA.
  • The Deaf-Blind “Rubella” Child – .Robbins, Nan; Stenquist, Gertrude, 1967. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA.
  • Educational Beginings with Deaf-Blind Children – Robbins, Nan, 1960. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA. 
  • Deaf-Blind Education – Developing Individually Appropriate Communication and Language Environments. Book A & B. Robbins, Nan (Ed.), 1983.  New England Regional Centre for Services to Deafblind Children. Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA.

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