Deasy, Kathleen and Lyddy, Fiona
Facilitating Communication with a
Congenitally Deafblind Child by
Imitation of a Repetitive Routine.
Reach: Journal of Special Needs Education in Ireland, 22 (2).
The authors of this article aim to show how imitation can be used in
developing communication with individuals with deafblindness. Using a case
study of a twelve year old girl who has some residual hearing they examine
how verbal imitation of a repetitive sign sequence used by the chid led to the
development of her communication and language.
Congenital Deafblindness; Repetitive Routine; Verbal Imitation;
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