Additional Resources/References

Suggested Reading

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  1. Reading and Children with Sight Loss, Bermingham, S. (2005) , paper presented to the conference on Childhood and Disability: Inclusion in the Mainstream (2005), organised by the National Disability Authority, download from:$File/Siobhan_Bermingham_paper.doc
  2. Understanding Usher Syndrome: An Introduction for School Counselors, DiPietro, L.J. (2002)  New York: Helen Keller National Center.
  3. Supporting Young Adults who are Deaf-Blind in their Communities, Everson, J. (ed.) (1995) Baltimore, MD: P. H. Brookes Publishing.
  4. Fighting Blindness: provides information on eye conditions including Usher syndrome, website:
  5. Functional Implications and Environmental Modifications with Students who have Usher Syndrome, Jordan, B. (2000) New York: Helen Keller National Center.
  6. Usher Syndrome in the School Setting, Miner, I. and Cioffi, J. (1997) New York: Helen Keller National Center.
  7. Independence without Sight or Sound, Sauerburger, D. (1993) New York: AFB.
  8. When you have a Visually Handicapped Child in your Classroom: Suggestions for Teachers, Torres, I. and Corn, A.L. (2002) New York: AFB.

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