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Silence with a touch : living with Usher syndrome.

Author: David Conyer; Josara Wallber; Don Feigel; National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Publisher: Rochester, NY : National Technical Institute for the Deaf, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Usher Syndrome is a genetic condition affecting thousands and thousands of people. This little known condition causes both hearing and progressive vision loss. In this program, you will meet people of all ages who share how their lives have been affected by Ushers, and how they've learned to adjust and overcome challenges along the way.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David Conyer; Josara Wallber; Don Feigel; National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
OCLC Number: 84542092
Language Note: Spoken English and some American Sign Language; choice of subtitles or open captioning.
Credits: Producers, David Conyer, Josara Wallber ; director, David Conyer ; videographer and editor, Don Feigel ; editor assistant, Drew Davidson ; writers, David Conyer, Josara Wallber, Paul Molloy, Sam Scherer ; graphic designer, Alan Cutcliffe ; sign language coordinator, Sam Scherer ; sign language interpretation, Deborah Makowski, Kristy Hoshi, Meredith Ray, Richard Cliver, Sam Scherer, Theresa Smith ; narrator, Peggy Savlov ; voiceovers, Marie Barnard, David Conyer, Kehinde Kolade, Daron Ladson, Jim Orr, Derek Sipple ; engineering, William Anilosky, Robert Brewer, Peter Reeb.
Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 26 min.) : sound, color, open captioned ; 4 3/4 in.
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Usher Syndrome is a genetic condition affecting thousands and thousands of people. This little known condition causes both hearing and progressive vision loss. In this program, you will meet people of all ages who share how their lives have been affected by Ushers, and how they've learned to adjust and overcome challenges along the way.

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