People who use wheelchair for mobility • Do not attempt to push a chair without asking, if help is needed. • Don’t lean on someone’s chair as many of them consider theirs as a personal space. • Consider lowering your body posture for eye contact in conversation. Textbook p. 310
• Provide interpreter • Write messages, if you cannot do sign language or finger spelling skills • Tap the person‘s arm or wave to gain attention • Learn some basic signs (e.g., emergency) • Face them so that they can read your lips • Do not slow or exaggerate your speech • Keep your mouth free from obstacles • Face the sun or light source • Avoid verbal cues in PA • Buddy system • Provide a visual schedule • Do not add rules during the game/activity • In emergency situation, let them know what is happening Textbook 144-149 Tips and Techniques – Hearing Impairments
Exam Information Session 4 & 5
Disability and Disabling Conditions 4 & 5 • Carefully read CSL guidelines for your program, check the required documents and starting date etc., and enjoy! • January 30 Ch. 5 & 6 of the textbook (p. 149-153; 159-163; 166-171) • Supplementary recommended readings (link or copy via UM Learn)
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- Fall '19
- jay johnson
- Hearing impairment, Spina Bifida