Resources

Special Division Event: “Virtual Educational Session Self-Regulation/Sensory Processing and Availability for Learning”  Date:  February 12, 2018  Time:  1-2:30pm PST (4-5:30pm Eastern)  Supporting Documents: PowerPoint  Proprioception  Vestibular   Follow the Child

Please click here for the Physical Education for Children with Moderate to Severe Disabilities flyer.

Webinar- Including Children with Moderate and Severe Disabilities into Physical Education, Recreation and Sport: Handout

Webinar- 3 Additional Handouts:  Modified PE,    Severe Book Flyer,    Teaching Children with Severe Disabilities

Multiple Disabilities and Deafblindness Brochure

Sharon’s Story 2015

Disability Fact Sheet

Interveners SSPs and VASPs

Interveners for Students who are Deaf-Blind

Evidence Based Practices for Students with Sensory Impairments

Interveners in the Home and Community
Beginning in 2012, NCDB facilitated a work group focused on exploring issues related to intervener services in the community and at home. This publication summarizes current knowledge about the use of interveners in these settings and proposes actions to provide greater access to interveners for people of all ages who are deaf-blind.

Click here to read the entire publication.

Identification and Referral of Infants Who Are Deaf-Blind, 2014 Revision
This is a 2014 revised edition of an earlier white paper published by the NCDB Early Identification Work Group and expanded by the Early Identification and Referral Initiative Group. This updated version reflects the activities of the national initiative and the development of new tools and resources.

Strategies to Try
Teaching Strategies and Content Modifications for the Child with Deaf-Blindness

Instructional Strategies for Teaching Learners who are Deaf-Blind – Please use this PowerPoint as a resource for this link.

From the National Center on Deafblindness: Learning & Instruction > Tactile Strategies
Individuals who are deaf-blind use touch to explore objects, to understand the relationship of those objects to their environment, to perceive feelings, to act and to communicate. There are various tactile communication methods and tactile language interventions. This section discusses those strategies and the relationship of touch to the communication and well being of persons who are deaf-blind.

An Introduction to Tactile Symbols
Tactile Communication Strategies
Talking the Language of the Hands to the Hands
Fact Sheet #43: Choosing and Using Tactile Name Cues
Functional and Fun? (pp. 4-6)
Hand Skills and More
Hand-Over-Hand Guidance: What Lesson Do We Teach?
Implications of the Tadoma Method of Speechreading For Spoken Language Processing
June Downing’s Advice on Sensory Efficiency Skills for Deaf-Blind Children
Mutual Tactile Attention
Patterns for Using Cues
Patterns for Using Tactile Strategies
Project SALUTE Website
Some Things to Learn from Learning Through Touch
Tactile Strategies Bibliography
Talking With My Hands
Three Things Parents Should Know About Tactile Communication
Touch Cues
Understanding Coactive and Tactile Signing
What Can Families Do at Home to Support Their Child’s Sensory Efficiency and Tactile Communication Skills?