Blending Quality of Life into the Curriculum for Students with Deafblindness or Multiple Disabilities

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Barbara McLetchie and Mary Zatta present a webcast called To Live, To Love, To Work, To Play: Blending Quality of Life Into the Curriculum in which they discuss the importance of helping youth with multiple disabilities, including deafblindness and MVDI, to develop friendships, make choices, develop confidence and self-esteeem, and enjoy meaningful experiences for fun.

  • Introduction
  • Developing Social Skills
  • Providing Real Choices and Respecting Preferences
  • How Work Contributes to Quality of Life
  • The Value of Play
  • Taking Risks
  • Integrating Quality of Life Into the Curriculum
  • How Do We Measure Success?

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