Working with Individuals Who are Deaf-Blind: Ensuring Equal Access and Participation

Course Description

Understanding the accommodations and support needs of people who are deaf-blind is the first step in ensuring equal access and participation. There are several simple things that you should do to make a person who is deaf-blind feel welcome and respected while in your company whether you are communicating directly or through an interpreter.

Course Objectives

  • Identify several environmental modifications that can improve accessibility for individuals who are deaf-blind.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of providing visual and environmental information.
  • Identify several etiquette considerations when interacting with a person who is deaf-blind.
  • Explain a few characteristics of deaf-blind culture.

Certificate / CRC Credit (2)

When you reach the end of the course, you will be prompted to complete a brief quiz. Once you have met the requirements for passing the quiz you will be awarded either a Certificate of Completion or 2 CRC credits.

Price: $44.99

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