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The testimony of a blind writer's mother. Ilkeston, England ;Moor ley s Bible and Bookshop, 38pp. Clemo, Jack deaf-Blind Kendall, Ena. A vocation for marriage. The New Beacon 64 March : An article about the deaf-blind writer Jack Clemc Eye Methuen Ltd. Jack Clemo has been deaf for much of his adult 1 blind since London liethueri 79pp. Jack Clemo, blind at 13, and d at the aae of nineteen, is a poet an has written an autobiography.
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Developmental history-factual and anecdotal. A couple in touch. The Star. Kansas City September 12, I A navapaper atory about a deaf-blind couple, Leonard and petty Dowdy. Renti, lanie D. Hanti doing wonders on Job. In Rocky Mountain Laadar, Sapt. In US, , June 28, pp. Volta ReTiew, T. In Proc. June p. Keller, Helen deaf-blind Dr. Helen Keller and the deaf-blind in New beacon, v. Conrad Stuttgart p. Keller, Helen The Frost King. The blind are Baking progress toward their rightful place in a world they cannot aee.
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Paul Sperry, Oct. Unknown Helen Keller. A radio play, revised, typed. Perkins School for the Blind, Water town, Ma. November, 14pp. In Between Friends, Fall 5pp. Frauenfeld pp. Rochester Western H. This room was established to display the memorabilia of her life and career.
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Disabled USA Spring Abington Preas 19b3 pp. London Partridge n. Helen Keller. Gallaudet Encyclopedia of Deaf People and Deafness , vol. Hew York, Hastings House. Helen deaf-blind Cigllano, Flavia. Looking at art. Hewgveekly , November 7, : Dodd, Mead p. Four Winds Press pp. Washington Yolta Bureau p. Keller, Helen. Monday after the miracle. South African Panorama. Keller, Helen deaf -blind Desal, H.
Helen Keller In Bombay. Blind Welfare 22 August : In The Lantern, Vol. Hat -Cent Hews 10 July : 2 Boston Hastings pp. Happy birthday, Helen Keller! IT hie children' a play Is about Helen and Annie, equally. The Iquestions with which the play Is concerned have to do with teaching, learning, and the development of Individual per- sonality; parental and child rights; and the Interrelation I ship of two unique, creative, and brilliant individual!
Iwlth particular emphaals on where and how Helen eetabllsh- I ed her own freedoms. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Inst, for the Deaf and Dumb. Helen Keller: Her socialist years. Writings and speeches. International Publishers, pp. Training the Junior citisan. Abingdon p. Philadelphia Winston p. Knopf pp. A play in three j acts.
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Touch of aaeic. Dodd, Mead pp. Keith Henney, Katon Hew Hampshire, 19pp. Conversations with children. Boston Beacon Press pp. Crosset b Dunlap pp. Keller, Helen deaf-blind Hunter, Nigel. Helen Keller, lllus. Hew York: Bookwrlght Press, 31p. Putnam's pp. Boston Houghton, Mifflin pp. Photographs of Helen Keller's hands. D Johnson, Ann Donegan Value of determination. The story of Helen Keller, illust. Value Communications Flintkote Ave. J This story for children focuses on Helen Keller's deter- mination to hear, see, and speak and her equal determinat- ion to help others with handicaps similar to her own.
Beutaeh Ton P. Seliger Dritte Auflage. Stuttgert p. London Methuen pp. Unpublished paper. Kadcllffe College, Cambridge, Mass. May 3, 13pp. Huxard Paris p. Hat aan lnlaldand aeord Tan J. Van Deo Ouda. Utraobt J. Tan Das Ouda. Helsingfon 72p. Helen Keller's story and letters written in Finnish. Eon Rscchio. Milwaukee; Eaintree, 31pp. Kirenxe p. Richard Smith p. Helen deef-bllnd Koestler, Francis A. The unseen minority. A social history of blindness in the United States. New York; MacKay, pp. Boston Wilde p. Badcllffe biography aeries.
I Helen Keller at Radcliffe. Kadcllffe I Quarterly 66 June : London Partridge pp. Boston Vilde p. Some of the material used by Mr. Martin see also oversiie box of pamphlets Keller, Helen national Helen Keller Celebration - See bound clippings. Keller, Helen deaf-blind Monteiro, Irineu. Sao Faulo, Brazil: Alvorada, Edward Westward in Atlantic Monthly, Nay p. Love and socialism on the front porch. San Frans clsco Chronicle.
Triumphantly through the silent darkness The Guardian June 27, : Alf Morris, former British Minister for the Disabled salutes Helen Keller with a plea on behalf of all deaf- blind people. Wish expressed on the occasion of the silver wedding of the king and queen of Greece. Athens n. The "goddess" is a picture. Crowell 18Jp. Dresden Baenscfa p. Who hare achieved the aost in N. Herald-Tribune, Sept. Neuchatel Suisse 61p. Olas Neduinih La voix des Innocents. Double blossoms: Helen Keller anthology. Copeland pp. With furled sail; reminiscences. Dedhasi Transcript Press p.
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Helen deaf-blind Story of Helen Keller. August : William James and Helen Keller. An address delivered at the th. The story of the association of Helen Keller with "William James, philosopher -psychical researcher, social activist, which started when he meet her at Perkins School for the Blind in the 'safmm Archives Keller, Helen Sullivan, Anne Letters of Aime Sullivan to Michael Anagnoe, Also copies have been included in this volume of the letters on film at the Perkins School for the Blind, of letters of Anne Sullivan and Mr.
Sullivan sculpture unveiled on Crier. October 30, :S-l-S Town Philadelphia Lippincott Everyman's edition p. Vodd, Mead pp. Putnam's p. Paine v. Harper b Brothers p. The wonder-workers. Boston Little, Brown pp. Philadelphia Macrae Smith p. Keller, Helen deaf-blind Waldstein, Louis Subconscious self and its relation to education and health. Scribner's p. Who was Helen Keller? Helen Keller at Perkina. Helen Keller: worker for the blind. Mew York, fa J toiler. Correspondence froa Helen Keller to Dr.
Peter J. Helen Keller: an annotated bibliography. Richard deaf-blind Communication "is" recreation. Through the rain and rainbow. The remarkable life of Richard Kinney. New York; Abingdon Press pp. Ulnnetka, Illinois 3pp. In The Lion, , December, pp. Branson, Mo. Kinney n. Kinney, Richard deaf-blind 1 Flutes beyond the day. Lake Como, Fla. I9b2 b4pp.
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Deaf -blind Tadoma: The vanishing art. Smithdas, Rotert J. Kobert Smithdas received the Handicapped.. Reynard, Joyce. It Circle. Vancouver, B. London Heineaann 19oC IdSp. This is his story of how he foar,ht back. In Nat-Cent Neva, , April. Texaa School for the Deaf n. Box , Oak Park, Michigan. Indianapolis Hecker Printec for private circulation.
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Movement baaed language: the van Dijk model. May ERIC No. ED A manual for hospital staff. Water town, Mass. May, 32pp. Interpreting for deaf-blind persons. Imf ama. Newsletter, September, pp. Building up the communication with the daaf -blind rubella child. Texas Education Agency, Austin, January pp. Language activities for the higher- functioning deaf-blind children. Texas Educat- ion Agency, Austin, January pp.
Approaches for families to communicate with deaf-blind In the home. Dormady, Blanche. Teaching employers how to coamwnicate with deaf multiply handicapped persons. Franklin, Barbara. Use of tactile aids with deaf and deaf-blind children. Texas Education Agency, Austin, Jan. Some of theae alternatives are in the form of materials, aids and devices, some in the form of methods or techniques, andjome are merely concepts or ideas.
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J -i s—m, Corinna Klein. Raport of communication method usage by taachers of deaf blind children. American Annef. Part HI Auguat , Part IV Oct. Maryland pp. Hadley School for the Blind; Jaadlcke, Martin. Communication with the deaf -blind. Review of the European Blind Vol. BUnd Optacon: A versatile communication tool. Hov these two tea c h er s Introduced an 11th -grade student, who has a hearing and vision loss due to Usher's Syndroms from Taiwan to the optacon. Further development and teat of an artlflcal hand for communication with deaf -blind people.
Final report. San Antonio, Tex. Southwest Research Inst. March 31, S 58pp. Hm DeAf -blind Lech. Elisabeth Three case studies: Demonstrating teacher evaluation of non-verbal communication and of progress in oral language development as a basis for choosing a manual or oral mode of instruction, in Ed. Chapter 16 14pp. Portland, Oregon, pamphlet Through pictures and dlscriptlons this pamphlet explains 15 ways to communicate with deaf-blind persons-six that require special training, nine that do not.
KHtd Macdonald, Roderick J. Communication: our highest priority. Reprinted from The Deaf American, 43, No. Deaf-blind education: developing Individually appropriate communication and language environ- ments. Book A. Set l,v,p. Set 2,v,A70p. In Ed. Young Deaf -Blind Children Chapter 7 43pp. COamunica Hon. Eugene C. ED This booklet 1. Edited by Carmella Flcocielio and Steve Barrett pp. Cfltmaiaitian Ttoif hlirai Interpreting and deaf-blind people. Nat -Cent New. Mat-Cent Sews 11 April : ERIC Ho.
Communication with deaf-blind children, in Proc. Deaf-bllnd communication, selected references. June 7p. Dse of manual cos— mi cation with visually and hearing impaired children. The importance of communication for planning transitional progrsms for persons who are deaf- bllnd. Preferred methods of communication by adult deaf -blind persons: A field study of selected individuals. Ohio, March, 36pp. This paper has bean submitted to Exceptional Children for publication. Community based training-non- traditional curriculum options for work and independent living training of secondary deaf-blind ad- olescents.
Program description. Perk- ins School for the Blind, Water town, Mass. Community concerns and licensing regulations: a discussion of two critical issues. Study of the feasibility of a community-based alternative to institutional living for deaf -blind children, in Midwest Regional Parent Conference, Proc. June , , Madison, Wisconsin. April, pp. Me Templeman, David and others. Deinstitutionalization model for deaf-blind children and youth. Teaching Research Infant and Child Center. Independent living experience - Level 1: A training program.
A review of the independent living program for the deaf- blind at the Helen Keller Center. Functional skills inventory. An instrument to assess critical living and working skills in deaf-blind and severely handicapped individuals. Prevocational curriculum for deaf-blind and multiply handicapped for parents, teachers and aids.
N iwhw liadm. ED A talk on the activities for dally living for severely handicapped young 41; year olds rubella children given at the Rubella Unit, Industrial Home for the Blind in New York. Training guide. Suite , Denver, Colorado pp. Cognitive approach to prevocatlonal and daily living skills training. Sands Point, New York. This paper was written to show how daily living skills and new aids and appliances can held in the independent living of the deaf-blind.
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