Linda Mamer’s Advice on Communication Skills for Deaf-Blind Children
Dr. Linda Mamer is currently working at the British Columbia Provincial Outreach Program for Individuals with Deaf-Blindness as a Resource Consultant, traveling throughout the province consulting with schools that have students with deaf-blindness. In addition, she consults with Supported Independent Living Residences for adults with congenital deaf-blindness. She is also a teacher and consultant in the areas of blindness, low vision, deafness/hard of hearing, and multiple disabilities.
She teaches university and college courses for interveners for children who are deaf-blind, educational assistants, preschool workers, teachers, and counselors across Canada and in the United States.
Linda’s Advice on Communication Skills for Deaf-Blind Children
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