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National Curriculum for Training Interpreters Working With People who are Deaf-BlindMark J. Myers, M.A., project director Interpreter Material

Myers, Mark J. | Published 1/1/2001 | Winsted, CT :Northwestern CT Community College,2001.

This training curriculum for interpreters will benefit many Deaf-Blind people by providing access to the world in which they must survive.The curriculum can be used for in-service training, workshops, and professional development. Video 1 includes: Program 1-The Deaf Blind Community Experience, Program 2-Understanding Technology, Program 3-Cited Guide Techniques. Video 2 includes: Program 1-Tactile Communication Methods, Program 2-Interpreting Adjustments.
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