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Defintions of Visual
Acuity- how well we see
usually tested for by an eye chart
Field of vison- how much we see
usually tested for with a grid test
degrees of blindness
low vision
functionally blind
totally blind
Alex Bodine
Mandi Decker
Rosie Zavala

Total or Simultaneous Communication
Manual Communication
The Terms
for hearing
defined by amount of decibels not heard which is what we measure loudness in
20-70 deficit- hard of hearing
70-90 deficit- deaf

unilateral: loss of hearing is in one ear
bilateral: loss of hearing is in both ears
the amount of hearing loss can be
different or the same in each ear
Teaching Aides
Assistive Technology
Development in Life
Infants (Hearing Impaired)
Diagnostic Assement
Infant hearing screening (1-4 days)
Rescreening (4-6 weeks)
Diagnostic Evaluation (12-16 weeks)
Behavioral audiological evaluation and intervention (6 months)
Special & General educators
Speech-language pathologists
Family members
Community members
Itinerant Deaf Educator
Professionals commonly use 1 of 3 approaches to teach communication skills to students with hearing loss, oral, manual, or total communication. There is no one single method that meets the needs of all students.
educator needs to have confidence
close communication
Communicating to meet students' needs
Oral/Aural Format
confident educators
close communication
ASL Alphabet
genetic- 1 in 2000 chance usually result of a recessive gene trait
prenatal- virus bacteria or toxin exposure and hypoxia can cause damage to inner ear
postnatal- infection in infancy and childhood
can be either a result of overactive bacteria or even a common ear infection
postlingual-head trauma and overexposure to noise from music or environment
Hearing Impaired
Closed-captioned technology
Personal computers
Computer system (C-Print)
Alerting Devices
Telecommunication Devices
Assitive Listening Devices
cause of this can be any trauma or damage sustained to the eye
congential- damage at birth
prenatal- developemnt problems
postnatal-infection or disease
genetic- can be attributed to albinism
Visually Impaired
Optical Character Reader
Screen Reader
Note Taking Device
Braille Embosser
Early Childhood
Early intervention programs
Reading & Writing
Authentic Experiences
Poor self-concept & social isolation
Ways of Communication
Social Interaction Skills
Developed Hobbies
Career Choice
Use of Technology
Self-determination skills
Daily Living Skills
Personal Hygiene
Food preparation
Basic home repair
Money management
Time and calender
Song in ASL
Mr. Chase www.misterchase.com
acirak youtube.com
Kelly Greer youtube.com
ASL song
The Human Bat
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