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Deaf people in Arkansas in the seventies

Arkansas Statewide Conference on Coordinating Education and Rehabilitation Services for the Deaf Little Rock 1970.

Deaf people in Arkansas in the seventies

a report of the Arkansas Statewide Conference on Coordinating Education and Rehabilitation Services for the Deaf : sponsored by Arkansas Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Hot Springs Rehabilitation Center ... May 21-22, 1970, State Department of Education Building, Little Rock, Arkansas

by Arkansas Statewide Conference on Coordinating Education and Rehabilitation Services for the Deaf Little Rock 1970.

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Published by Arkansas Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Hot Springs Rehabilitation Center in Hot Springs .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arkansas
    • Subjects:
    • Deaf services -- Arkansas -- Congresses.,
    • Deaf -- Education -- Arkansas -- Congresses.,
    • Deaf -- Rehabilitation -- Arkansas -- Congresses.,
    • Social work with the deaf -- Arkansas -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 7-8.

      StatementLarry G. Stewart, editor.
      ContributionsStewart, Larry G., Hot Springs Rehabilitation Center.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV2561.A9 A74 1970
      The Physical Object
      Pagination48 p. ;
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5171572M
      LC Control Number74623557

      Arkansas Community Resources About Arkansas Arkansas Association of Higher Education and Disability Arkansas Behavior Health Services The Official Website of the Arkansas Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Arkansas Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf P.O. Box Little Rock, Arkansas Click here to send us a message. Our Google Group.

      History of the deaf, also called deaf history, the experience and education of deaf persons and the development of deaf communities and culture through time. The history of deaf people (those affected by varying degrees of deafness) has been written as a history of hearing perceptions of deaf people, as a history of the education of deaf people, and as the history of the lives and communities.   Together with Linwood Smith, Ernest Hairston wrote the book Black and Deaf in America (ISBN ). Another book is Deaf, Dumb and Black: An Accounting of an Actual Life of a Family by Mary M. Hall, published by Carlton Press Corp. in

        However, in recent history, up until the s, it was still thought that deaf people were somehow mentally handicapped. There are even books on facial grammar in ASL, including Deaf Tend You: Non-Manual Signs in ASL by Byron Bridges. Reply. Tim. January 5, pm.   I discovered this book at a local bookstore and thought it was a great introduction to Deaf history. I was fascinated to learn about sign language’s roots in indigenous languages within the Deaf community, which developed as a natural form of communication despite attempts to teach Deaf people .


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