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Adaptations For Deaf/Blind Students

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When working with a deaf or blind student, many adaptations need to be made. Whatever curriculum we can get our hands on we try to make tactile and Braille for the student. This gives the student much more accessibility to the classroom and the lessons being taught. Having a skilled team is also a benefit to help meet the special needs of the student. A mobility specialist, vision specialist, speech pathologist, deaf education teacher, regular classroom teacher and interpreter make a well-balanced team. Each team player is important in helping the student be successful. As more students and staff learn sign language, the deaf/blind student becomes more and more independent.


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