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Publication Date

4-24-2018

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Deafblind people, Deafblind people -- Services for

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Lane McKittrick is the mother of 4 boys, two of whom have Usher Syndrome, a leading cause of deafblindness. Lane is also a Ph.D. student at the University of Northern Colorado in special education with an interest in self-determination research. In this podcast, Lane shares insights with Amy about the role of the Orientation and Mobility Specialist in supporting the development of self-determination skills from the perspective of a mother and from the perspective of a graduate researcher. Lane includes practical advice for O&M students and practitioners for working with individuals, families and teams.

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Accessibility | Disability and Equity in Education

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SPED 510 Podcasts Episode 09: Lane McKittrick

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