3 edition of The adjustment of the blind found in the catalog.
The adjustment of the blind
Bibliography: p. -309.
|Statement||by Hector Chevigny and Sydell Braverman.|
|Contributions||Braverman, Sydell, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV1593 .C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||50007202|
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The Adjustment Of The Blind Paperback – Octo by Hector Chevigny (Author), Sydell Braverman (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Cited by: Factors that may influence the adjustment process, descriptions of external and internal sources of self-esteem, activities for stimulating affective growth, and guidelines for Cited by: Committee to Study Adjustment to Blindness.
Adjustment to blindness. [Harrisburg] State Council for the Blind, Dept. of Welfare, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary K Bauman; Committee to Study Adjustment to Blindness.
State Services for the Blind University Ave W Suite Saint Paul, MN Contact Us. The book is divided into nine chapters and has a bibliography and an index. The whole subject is considered not only as regards the adjustment and reorganization of the sightless to the modern environment, but also with respect to many of the psychological problems peculiar to those who through loss of one of their functions are separated from.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chevigny, Hector, Adjustment of the blind. New Haven, Yale University Press, (OCoLC) Sighted Guide Techniques I. Basic Sighted Guide Position and Alignment 1. The sighted guide gives verbal cue ("take my arm/wrist") and/or nonverbal cue (touching the back of the person who is blind's hand with the back of the guide's hand).
The person who is blind should stand next to and slightly behind sighted guide,File Size: KB. In The Adjustment, Wes brings Tatum to a seemingly significant wooded neighborhood. When she arrives, she comments, “It smells like pine trees and earth, like camping and freedom.” Many times, we assign senses to memories—sights, sounds, tastes, and as Tatum demonstrates, : Simon Pulse.
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In general, dogs that go blind gradually, early in life, and are not the pack leaders, make a faster and easier adjustment to blindness. Older, frail, dominant dogs, and those that lose their vision suddenly, can sometimes experience more difficulty. Blind-dog owners report that this adjustment can typically take three to six months.
PDF Version of Sighted Guide (PDF) (Includes illustrations not shown on this page) Do's and Don'ts When Interacting with a Blind Person I. Basic Sighted Guide Position and Alignment The sighted guide gives verbal cue ("take my arm/wrist") and/or nonverbal cue (touching the back of the person who is blind's hand with the back of the guide's hand).
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Optimistic, I expected to fill the next segment—Part 2—with positive anecdotes and an expression of hope for the s:. Answer: Blind persons engage in a wide variety of sports and recreational pursuits. Blind cross-country skiers ski with a sighted guide who skis beside or behind them and gives verbal clues about the environment.
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This story is the Journal of a fictional year-old character named Bess Brennan/5.Our Senior Adjustment Independent Living (SAIL) program assists people who are blind or visually impaired clients to maximize and adapt to residual vision, and to discover how to continue living a healthy, independent and productive life despite their vision loss.
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