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Publication Date

2017

Subjects

Deafblind people, Deafblind people -- Services for

Notes

In this interview, Dr. Bourquin considers the role that sound perception plays in orientation and mobility. Before becoming a certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Dr. Bourquin was an American Sign Language interpreter for Deaf and DeafBlind individuals. Listen as he describes his work with people who have combined vision and hearing loss, describing their use of additional senses, strategies and technologies to travel successfully.

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Image credit: Bourquin Consulting Facebook

Disciplines

Accessibility | Disability and Equity in Education | Special Education and Teaching

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/23450

SPED 510 Podcasts Episode 3: Dr. Gene Bourquin

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