Perspectives, SIG 12, Vol. 2, Part 3, 2017
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In this Part, authors explore the use
of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) with deafblindness and
other sensory disabilities. Authors discuss using dance to teach concepts and
communication to children with multiple disabilities, meeting the communication
needs of students who are culturally and linguistically diverse and have
deafblindness, developing intervention approaches for individuals with visual
impairments, and supporting literacy in students with deafblindness.
You will be able
- identify how creative dance can be used by educational teams, including speech-language pathologists, to facilitate communication and concept development in children with sensory impairments and multiple disabilities
- describe how deafblindness impacts an individual's access to incidental learning, and knowledge of the relationship between communication and literacy for this population
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