The following resources represent just a few of the thousands of resources available from the CDBS lending library and are some of the most commonly borrowed materials, all available free of charge. Call toll-free 800-822-7884 ext. 1 (voice/TTY) to request these and other materials.
Callier-Azusa Scale (H), Scales for the Assessment of Communicative Abilities, by Robert Stillman and Christy Battle. Published in 1985 by the University of Texas at Dallas. 44 pages.
Callier-Azusa Scale (G), Cognitive Development Subscale, by Robert Stillman. Published in 1978 by the University of Texas at Dallas. 80 pages.
Hand in Hand, Essentials of Communication, Orientation, and Mobility for Your Students Who are Deaf-Blind, by Kathleen Mary Heubner, Jeanne Glidden Prickett, Therese Rafalowski Welch and Elga Joffee. Published in 1995 by AFB Press, New York. 687 pages.
Hope, by the Ski-Hi Institute. Published in 2001 by HOPE, Inc., North Logan, UT. 40 pages.
Augmenting Basic Communication In Natural Contexts, by Jeanie M. Johnson, Diane Baumgart, Edwin Hemstitcher and Chris Curry. Published in 1996 by Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, MD. 289 pages.
Remarkable Conversations, by Barbara Miles and Marianne Riggio, Perkins School for the Blind. Published in 1999 by the Hilton Foundation, Massachusetts. 308 pages.
The Development of Social Skills by Blind and Visually Impaired Students, by Sharon Zell Sacks, Linda S. Keklis and Robert J. Gaylord-Ross. New York: American Foundation for the Blind Press, 1992. 214 pages.
Foundations of Braille Literacy, by Evelyn J. Rex, Alan J. Koenig, Diane P. Wormsley and Robert C. Baker. Published in 1994 by American Foundation for the Blind Press, New York.153 pages.
Educating Students Who Have Visual Impairments with Other Disabilities, by Sharon Z. Sacks and Rosanne K. Silberman. Published in 1998 by Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, MD. 308 pages.
Competencies for Paraprofessionals Working with Learners Who are Deaf-Blind in Early Intervention and Educational Settings
Deaf-Blind Infants and Children, by J.M. McInnes and J.A. Treffry. Published in 1984 by the University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario. 284 pages.
A Guide to Planning and Support for Individuals Who are Deaf-Blind, by John M. McInnes. Published in 1999 by the University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario. 554 pages.
Independence Without Sight or Sound, by Dona Sauerburger. Published in 1993 by the American Foundation for the Blind Press, New York. 194 pages.
Guidelines: Practical Tips for Working and Socializing with Deaf-Blind People, by Theresa B. Smith. Published in 1994 by the Helen Keller National Center, New York. 186 pages.
Deafness/Hard of Hearing
Comprehensive Dictionary of Audiology, by Brad A. Stach. Published in 1997 by Williams and Wilkins Co., Maryland. 291 pages.
Sleep Better, by V. Mark Durand. Published in 1998 by Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, MD. 262 pages.
Pre-Feeding Skills, by Klein Morris. Published in 1987 by Communication Skill Builders, Arizona. 413 pages.
Children & Youth Assisted by Medical Technology in Educational Settings: Guidelines For Care, by Stephanie Porter, Marilyn Haynie, Timaree Bierle, Terry Heintz Caldwell and Judith S. Palfrey. Published in 1997 by Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, MD. 394 pages.
Signs for Me: Basic Sign Vocabulary for Children, Parents, and Teachers, by Ben Bahan and Joe Dannis. Published in 1990 by Dawn Sign Press, San Diego. 117 pages.
Learning to Listen, by Herbert Lovett. Published in 1996 by Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, MD. 269 pages.
Positive Intervention for Serious Behavior Problems, by Diana Browing Wright and Harvey B. Gurman. Published in 2001 by the California Department of Education, Sacramento, CA. 311 pages.
A Resource Manual for Understanding and Interacting with Infants, Toddlers and Preschool Age Children with Deaf-Blindness, by the Ski-Hi Institute. Published in 1993 by HOPE Publishing, North Logan, Utah. 576 pages.
Early Focus, by Rona Pogrund and Diane Fazi. Published in 1992 by the American Foundation for the Blind, New York. 147 pages.
Essential Elements in Early Intervention, by Deborah Chen. Published in 1999 by the American Foundation for the Blind Press, New York. 503 pages.
Welcoming Students Who are Deaf-Blind into Typical Classrooms, by Norris G. Haring and Lyle T. Romer. Published in 1995 by Paul H. Brookes Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 447 pages.
Including Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities in Typical Classrooms, by June E. Downing. Published in 1996 by Paul H. Brookes Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 189 pages.
Building Inclusive Schools, by Ann Halvorsen and Tom Neary. Published in 2001 by Allyn & Bacon, Boston, MA. 226 pages.
The Paraprofessional's Guide to the Inclusive Classroom, by Mary Beth Doyle. Published in 1997 by Paul H. Brookes Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 79 pages.
Life Horizons, by Winifred Kempton. Published in 1988 by James Stanfield, Santa Barbara, CA.
First Impressions, Module 1--Male & Female Hygiene, by James Stanfield. Published by James Stanfield, Santa Barbara, CA.
Signs of Sexual Behavior: An Introduction to Some Sex-Related Vocaqbulary in American Sign Language, by James Woodward. Published in 1979 by T.J. Publishers, Silver Spring, MD. 81 pages (book) and 30-minute VHS tape.
Signs for Sexuality: A Resource Manual for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals, Their Families, and Professionals, 2nd Edition, by Marlyn Minkin and Laurie Rosen-Ritt. Published in 1978by Planned Parenthood, Seattle, WA.
Introduction to Tactile Communication, by the Ski-Hi Institute. Published by HOPE, Inc., North Logan, UT. VHS tape.
Signals Series, by the Ski-Hi Institute. Published by HOPE, Inc., North Logan, UT. VHS tape.
Project Craft: Culturally Responsive And Family Focused Training, by Deborah Chen, Linda Brekken and Sam Chan. Published in 1997 by Paul H. Brookes Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 60-minute VHS tape.
A Look at Mentoring, by Nora O'Farrell and Lori Goetz. Published in 1999 by the California Research Institute, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.. VHS tape.
Helping Your Child Learn, Volumes 1-4. Published in 1992 by the Department of Education and Cultural Affairs, South Dakota. VHS tape.
What can Baby Hear? by Deborah Chen. Published in 1996 by R.L. Johnston Video Production, Fair Oaks, CA. 27-minute VHS tape.
Getting In Touch, Published by Research Press, Illinois. 19-minute VHS tape.
Making the Most of Early Communication, by Deborah Chen. Published in 1995 by the California State University at Northridge, Northridge, CA. 34-minute VHS tape.
Vision Tests for Infants, by Deborah Chen and Orel-Bixler. Published in 1997 by AFB Press, New York. 20-minute VHS tape with closed captioning.
What Can Baby See? by Deborah Chen. Published in 1997 by AFB Press, New York. 30-minute VHS tape with closed captioning.
You & Me, by Teaching Research Division. Published in 1995 by Western Oregon State University, Monmouth, OR. VHS tape.
Say it with Sign, by Lawrence J. Solow and Sharon Neumann Solow. Published by Print USA. 2-hour VHS tape.
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