People who use wheelchair for mobility Do not attempt to push a chair without

People who use wheelchair for mobility do not attempt

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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
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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
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Exam Information Session 4 & 5
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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

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