The Resource Sensory impairments in mentally handicapped people, edited by David Ellis

Sensory impairments in mentally handicapped people, edited by David Ellis

Label
Sensory impairments in mentally handicapped people
Title
Sensory impairments in mentally handicapped people
Statement of responsibility
edited by David Ellis
Contributor
Subject
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
LC call number
RC570.7
LC item number
.S46 1986
Nature of contents
  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
  • legal articles
NLM call number
WM 300
NLM item number
S4783 1986
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1947-
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Ellis, David
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  • People with mental disabilities
  • Vision disorders
  • Hearing disorders
  • People with disabilities
  • People with disabilities
  • Education of Intellectually Disabled
  • Hearing Disorders
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Vision Disorders
  • Handicapés mentaux
  • Vision, Troubles de la
  • Audition, Troubles de l'
  • Réadaptation
  • Handicapés
  • Geestelijk gehandicapten
  • Meervoudig gehandicapten
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Geistige Behinderung
Label
Sensory impairments in mentally handicapped people, edited by David Ellis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Robert Dantona
  • Appendix to part one :
  • Mental handicap registers : data on community-based clients who havesensory impairments
  • David Ellis
  • Part two: Aetiology and medical aspects
  • Medical and ophthalmological aspects of visual impairment in mentallyhandicapped people
  • Mette Warburg
  • Medical and otological aspects of hearing impairment in mentallyhandicapped people
  • Sybil Yeates
  • Genetic aspects of visual and auditory impairment in mentallyhandicapped people
  • Part one: Epidemiology
  • Anthony Holland
  • Part three: Functional and developmental aspects
  • Cognitive deficit and motor skill
  • Feriha Anwar
  • Sensory handicap and cognitive defect
  • Neil O'Connor and Beate Hermelin
  • Part four: Assessment of sensory functions
  • Methods of objective assessment of visual functions in subjects withlimited communication skills
  • Janette Atkinson
  • Methods of objective assessment of auditory function in subjects withlimited communication skills
  • The epidemiology of visual impairment in people with a mental handicap/
  • Ivan Tucker and Michael Nolan
  • Colour-vision tests for mentally handicapped people
  • Robert J. Fletcher
  • Part five: Assessment of psycho-social functioning
  • Psychoeducational assessment of visually impaired students withadditional handicaps
  • M. Beth Langley
  • Psychological assessment of the hearing impaired, additionally impairedand multii-handicapped deaf
  • David E. Bond
  • Developmental assessment of communicative abilities in the deaf-blind/
  • Robert D. Stillman and Christy W. Battle
  • David Ellis
  • Part six: Curriculum planning and training methods
  • Approaches to teaching people with visual and mental handicaps/
  • Anthony B. Best
  • Organization, management and curriculum : some considerations ineducational provision for the multi-handicapped hearing impaired
  • David E. Bond
  • An educational curriculum for deaf-blind multi-handicapped persons/
  • Jan van Dijk
  • Considerations in selection of sign systems and initial lexica/
  • Gwendolyn Pennington, George R. Karlan, Lyle L. Lloyd
  • Mobility training for visually impaired mentally handicapped persons/
  • The epidemiology of hearing impairment in people with a mental handicap/
  • Randall K. Harley and Mary-Maureen Hill
  • Barbara I. Kropka and Chris Williams
  • The multi-sensorily impaired (deaf-blind) in the mentally handicappedpopulation -- an unknown quantity?
  • Christine Best
  • Implications of demographic data for planning of services fordeaf-blind children and adults
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
438 pages
Isbn
9780709909408
Lccn
85019547
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)12555890
Label
Sensory impairments in mentally handicapped people, edited by David Ellis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Robert Dantona
  • Appendix to part one :
  • Mental handicap registers : data on community-based clients who havesensory impairments
  • David Ellis
  • Part two: Aetiology and medical aspects
  • Medical and ophthalmological aspects of visual impairment in mentallyhandicapped people
  • Mette Warburg
  • Medical and otological aspects of hearing impairment in mentallyhandicapped people
  • Sybil Yeates
  • Genetic aspects of visual and auditory impairment in mentallyhandicapped people
  • Part one: Epidemiology
  • Anthony Holland
  • Part three: Functional and developmental aspects
  • Cognitive deficit and motor skill
  • Feriha Anwar
  • Sensory handicap and cognitive defect
  • Neil O'Connor and Beate Hermelin
  • Part four: Assessment of sensory functions
  • Methods of objective assessment of visual functions in subjects withlimited communication skills
  • Janette Atkinson
  • Methods of objective assessment of auditory function in subjects withlimited communication skills
  • The epidemiology of visual impairment in people with a mental handicap/
  • Ivan Tucker and Michael Nolan
  • Colour-vision tests for mentally handicapped people
  • Robert J. Fletcher
  • Part five: Assessment of psycho-social functioning
  • Psychoeducational assessment of visually impaired students withadditional handicaps
  • M. Beth Langley
  • Psychological assessment of the hearing impaired, additionally impairedand multii-handicapped deaf
  • David E. Bond
  • Developmental assessment of communicative abilities in the deaf-blind/
  • Robert D. Stillman and Christy W. Battle
  • David Ellis
  • Part six: Curriculum planning and training methods
  • Approaches to teaching people with visual and mental handicaps/
  • Anthony B. Best
  • Organization, management and curriculum : some considerations ineducational provision for the multi-handicapped hearing impaired
  • David E. Bond
  • An educational curriculum for deaf-blind multi-handicapped persons/
  • Jan van Dijk
  • Considerations in selection of sign systems and initial lexica/
  • Gwendolyn Pennington, George R. Karlan, Lyle L. Lloyd
  • Mobility training for visually impaired mentally handicapped persons/
  • The epidemiology of hearing impairment in people with a mental handicap/
  • Randall K. Harley and Mary-Maureen Hill
  • Barbara I. Kropka and Chris Williams
  • The multi-sensorily impaired (deaf-blind) in the mentally handicappedpopulation -- an unknown quantity?
  • Christine Best
  • Implications of demographic data for planning of services fordeaf-blind children and adults
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
438 pages
Isbn
9780709909408
Lccn
85019547
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)12555890

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