Sourcebook Of Independent Living Skills Curricula For Traditionally Underserved Persons Who Are Deaf
Edited by: Stephan J. Larew, M.A.
Northern Illinois University
Research and Training Center on Traditionally
Underserved Persons Who Are Deaf
DeKalb, IL 60115
The curriculum materials described in this book range from one-page worksheets or checklists to published curricula.
Some of the materials were written specifically for the target population but many materials must be adapted.
In some cases, the material is more appropriate as a resource than for consumer distribution. Many memebers of the
traditionally underserved deaf population require an individualized approach. For this
reason instructors must select materials and develop lesson plans to meet the needs of individuals.
This book includes an instructional guidelines chapter that will assist them with that need.
Table of Contents
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- Guidelines for Teaching Independent Living Skills to Traditionally Underserved Persons Who Are Deaf
- Communication Skills Curricula
- Survival Reading Skills Curricula
- Interpersonal and Social Skills Curricula
- Health Care and Medical Concerns Curricula
- Use of Community Resources Curricula
- Legal Awareness Curricula
- Money Management Curricula
- Family and Parent Skills Curricula
- Sexuality and Sexually Transmitted Disease Curricula
- Problem Solving Skills Curricula
Uploaded by: Melissa Close/Kent State University/Deaf Education Major