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Orientation ' Mobility Instruction - Level 2 - Resources
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O&M Level 2 - Resources


Gense, D. J. & Gense, M.H. (2004). The Importance of Orientation And Mobility Skills For Students Who Are Deaf-Blind (revised). DB-Link Publications.


National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness

Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network

Text and Other Resources

Toy Guide, published annually by the American Printing House for the Blind
Hand in Hand, Huebner, Prickett, Welch, Joffee Editors, 1995
Early Focus 2nd Edition by Rona L. Pogrund and Diane L. Fazzi, Eds, AFB 2002
Independence Without Sight or Sound by Dona Sauerburger, AFB, 1993
TAPS 2nd Edition, Pogrund and others, Texas School for the Blind, 1995
Learning Media Assessment, Texas School for the Blind,1995

O&M Prompts and Positive Reinforcement


O&M Planning to Meet Needs

Functional Assessment of Current O&M Movement and Travel

Movement Skills/Opportunities

Movement and Mobility Interests and Preferences Planning

Movement and Travel Instruction Plan

Task Analysis

Analyzing the O&M Environment Checklist

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