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Re: auditory training for the blind
Peter, so far as I know nobody is doing any such research and certainly not any
kind of intervention based upon any related therapy.
Tom Brennan KD5VIJ, CCC-A/SLP
web page http://titan.sfasu.edu/~g_brennantg/sonicpage.html
On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Peter Lennox wrote:
> Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2005 09:47:20 +0200 (CEST)
> From: Peter Lennox <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: g_brennantg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,
> Peter Lennox <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Re: auditory training for the blind
> That was my feeling - that there may well be qualitative differences and that these are emphasised in early-blind cases. This begs the question of whether it is possible to devise a training strategy that can supply crucial elements of mapping; I wonder if anyone is involved in this?
> Message date : Jun 02 2005, 11:08 PM
> From : g_brennantg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To : "Peter Lennox"
> Copy to : AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject : Re: auditory training for the blind
> Peter, from teaching o&m a bit I can pretty definitely say that there is a
> difference. I'm not sure how much the differences can be remediated because a
> congenitally blind person cannot ever have a visual model of the world and even
> when someone is blinded in later life they still tend toward some form of
> visually based modeling as they perceive the world.
> Tom Brennan KD5VIJ, CCC-A/SLP
> web page http://titan.sfasu.edu/~g_brennantg/sonicpage.html
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