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Poster references

  1. Australian Government, Department of Health, Physical activity and exercise for people with disability or chronic conditions (2021). https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/physical-activity-and-exercise/physical-activity-and-exercise-guidelines-for-all-australians/for-people-with-disability-or-chronic-conditions
  2. Thelin, J. W. & Fussner J. C. (2005). Factors related to the development of communication in CHARGE syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics 133A, 282–290.
  3. Gibson J., Schjøll Brede K. & Steigen G.A. (2020). Bua-mi: learning through meaningful outdoor activities. Journal of Deafblind Studies on Communication, 6, 82-100 University of Groningen Press 10.21827/jdbsc.6.36076.
  4. Pardhan S., Smith L., Bourne R., Davis A., Leveziel N., Jacob L., Koyanagi A. & López-Sánchez G.F. (2021). Combined vision and hearing difficulties results in higher levels of depression and chronic anxiety: data from a large sample of Spanish adults. Front. Psychol. 11:627980.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.627980
  5. Forward, K. E., Cummings E. A. & Blake, K.D. (2007). Risk factors for poor bone health in adolescents and adults with CHARGE syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 143A, 839–845.
  6. Möller K., Eriksson K., Möller C. & Danermark B. (2008). Participation in People with Deafblindness: An ICF and the Life-Course Perspective. In Möller K. Impact on participation and service for persons with deafblindness, Publisher: Örebro University.
  7. Surakka, A. & Kivela, T. (2008). Motivating visually impaired and deaf-blind people to perform regular physical exercises. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 26(3), 255-268.
  8. Lieberman, L. J., Kirk, T. N. & Haegele, J.A. (2018, January-February). Physical education and transition planning experiences relating to recreation among adults who are deafblind: A recall analysis. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 12 (1), 73-86.
  9. Lieberman, L.J. & MacVicar, J. M. (2003, December). Play and Recreational Habits of Youths Who Are Deaf-Blind. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 97(12), 755-768.
  10. Haibach-Beach, P., Perreault, M., Lieberman, L. & Foster, E. (2022). Independent walking and balance in children with CHARGE syndrome. British Journal of Visual Impairment 40(1), 94–103.
  11. Beach P., Stribing, A., Perreault, M. & Lieberman, L.J. (2021). Parent perceptions of movement skills in children with and without CHARGE syndrome. European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity 14(2): 13.
  12. Štěrbová, D. & Kudláček, M. (2014). Deaf-blindness: voices of mothers concerning leisure-time physical activity and coping with disability. Acta Gymnica, 44(4), 193–201.
  13. Jaiswal, A., Aldersey, H., Wittich, W., Mirza, M. & Finlayson, M. (2022). Factors that influence the participation of individuals with deafblindness: A qualitative study with rehabilitation service providers in India. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 40(1) 3–17.
  14. Lieberman, L.J. & Linsenbigler, K. (2017). Teaching Recreational Activities to Children and Youth with Visual Impairment or Deafblindness. Palaestra 31(1), 40-46.
  15. Nelson, C., Greenfield R.G., Hyte, H.A. & Shaffer, J.P. (2013). Stress, Behavior, and Children and Youth Who Are Deafblind, Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities. 38(3), 139–156.
  16. Arndt, K., Lieberman, L.J. & Pucci, G. (2004, November). Communication during physical activity for youth who are deafblind: research to practice. Teaching Exceptional Children Plus, 1(2) Article 1.
  17. The Senate, Australia. Community Affairs References Committee Secretariat. (2010, 13 May). Chapter 2, The Extent and Causes of Hearing Impairment in Australia. In, Hear Us: Inquiry into Hearing Health in Australia. Senate Printing Unit, Parliament House, Canberra. https://www.aph.gov.au/parliamentary_business/committees/senate/community_affairs/completed_inquiries/2008-10/hearing_health/report/index. Accessed 16.6.2022.
  18. Dietrich, J.L. (2019) Deafblind: Blind but not Blind, TedxSalem VI talk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uxZ4u6nses. Accessed 12.6.2022.
  19. Rimmer, Berth Riley, Edward Wang & Amy Rauworth. (2005, November). Accessibility of Health Clubs for People with Mobility Disabilities and Visual Impairments American Journal of Public Health, 95(11), 2022-8. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2004.051870.

E-poster references

  1. Australian Government, Department of Health, Physical Activity and Exercise for People with Disability or Chronic Conditions (2021). https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/physical-activity-and-exercise/physical-activity-and-exercise-guidelines-for-all-australians/for-people-with-disability-or-chronic-conditions
  2. Thelin, J. W. & Fussner J. C. (2005). Factors related to the development of communication in CHARGE syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics 133A, 282–290.
  3. Gibson J., Schjøll Brede K. & Steigen G.A. (2020). Bua-mi: learning through meaningful outdoor activities. Journal of Deafblind Studies on Communication, 6, 82-100 University of Groningen Press 10.21827/jdbsc.6.36076
  4. Surakka, A. & Kivela, T. (2008). Motivating visually impaired and deaf-blind people to perform regular physical exercises. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 26(3), 255-268.
  5. Pardhan S., Smith L., Bourne R., Davis A., Leveziel N., Jacob L., Koyanagi A. & López-Sánchez G.F. (2021). Combined vision and hearing difficulties results in higher levels of depression and chronic anxiety: data from a large sample of Spanish adults. Front. Psychol. 11:627980.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.627980
  6. Surakka, A., Venojarvi, M. & Pitkanen, K. (2016). Beneficial effects of regular physical exercises on mental state in visually impaired and deaf-blind adults Universal Journal of Psychology 4(1), 43-46, DOI: 10.13189/ujp.2016.040104
  7. Forward, K. E., Cummings E. A. & Blake, K.D. (2007). Risk factors for poor bone health in adolescents and adults with CHARGE syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 143A, 839–845.
  8. Capella McDonnall, M. (2011, February). Physical Status as a Moderator of Depressive Symptoms Among Older Adults with Dual Sensory Loss. Rehabil Psychol. 56(1), 67–76. doi:10.1037/a0022696.
  9. Ehn, M., Anderzén-Carlsson, A., Möller, C. & Wahlqvist, M. (2019). Life strategies of people with deafblindness due to Usher syndrome type 2a—a qualitative study, International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 14(1). 1656790, DOI: 10.1080/17482631.2019.1656790
  10. Möller K., Eriksson K., Möller C. & Danermark B. (2008). Participation in People with Deafblindness: An ICF and the Life-Course Perspective. In Möller K. Impact on participation and service for persons with deafblindness, Publisher: Örebro University.
  11. Lieberman, L. J., Kirk, T. N. & Haegele, J.A. (2018, January—February) Physical education and transition planning experiences relating to recreation among adults who are deafblind: A recall analysis. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 12 (1), 73-86.
  12. Lieberman, L.J. & MacVicar, J. M. (2003, December). Play and Recreational Habits of Youths Who Are Deaf-Blind. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 97(12), 755-768.
  13. Haibach-Beach, P., Perreault, M., Lieberman, L. & Foster, E. (2022). Independent walking and balance in children with CHARGE syndrome. British Journal of Visual Impairment 40(1), 94–103.
  14. Beach P., Stribing, A., Perreault, M. & Lieberman, L.J. (2021). Parent perceptions of movement skills in children with and without CHARGE syndrome. European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity 14(2): 13.
  15. Štěrbová, D. & Kudláček, M. (2014). Deaf-blindness: voices of mothers concerning leisure-time physical activity and coping with disability. Acta Gymnica, 44(4), 193–201.
  16. Jaiswal, A., Aldersey, H., Wittich, W., Mirza, M. & Finlayson, M. (2022). Factors that influence the participation of individuals with deafblindness: A qualitative study with rehabilitation service providers in India. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 40(1) 3–17.
  17. Perreault, M., Haibach-Beach, P., Lieberman, L., & Foster, E. (2020). Relationship between motor skills, balance, and physical activity in children with CHARGE syndrome. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 114(4), 315-324.
  18. Lieberman, L.J., Stuart, M.E., Hand, K., & Robinson, B. (2006, December). An investigation of the motivational effects of talking pedometers among children with visual impairments and deaf-blindness. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 100 (12), 726-736.
  19. Haegele, J.A. & Lieberman, L.J., (2020). Movement and visual impairment: research and practice. In, J. Ravenscroft (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Visual Impairment, (pp. 196). Routledge.
  20. Moroe, N., Masuku, K. & Shirame, L. (2022). Rehabilitation healthcare professionals’ competence and confidence in differentially diagnosing deafblindness from autism spectrum disorders: a cross-sectional survey in South Africa. BMC Med Educ 22:194. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-022-03258-1
  21. Haibach-Beach, P., Perreault, M.E. & Lieberman, L.J. (2021). Promoting motor development. In, Hartshorne, T.S., Hefner, M.A. Blake, K.D. (Eds.) Charge Syndrome, (pp. 267-274). Second Ed. Plural Publishing.
  22. Lieberman, L.J. & Linsenbigler, K. (2017). Teaching Recreational Activities to Children and Youth with Visual Impairment or Deafblindness. Palaestra 31(1), 40-46.
  23. Nelson, C., Greenfield R.G., Hyte, H.A. & Shaffer, J.P. (2013). Stress, Behavior, and Children and Youth Who Are Deafblind, Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities. 38(3), 139–156
  24. Arndt, K., Lieberman, L.J. & Pucci, G. (2004, November). Communication during physical activity for youth who are deafblind: research to practice. Teaching Exceptional Children Plus, 1(2) Article 1.
  25. The Senate, Australia. Community Affairs References Committee Secretariat (2010, 13 May). Chapter 2, The Extent and Causes of Hearing Impairment in Australia. In, Hear Us: Inquiry into Hearing Health in Australia. Senate Printing Unit, Parliament House, Canberra. https://www.aph.gov.au/parliamentary_business/committees/senate/community_affairs/completed_inquiries/2008-10/hearing_health/report/index. Accessed 16.6.2022.
  26. Lieberman, L.J. & Haibach, P.S. (2016) Gross motor development curriculum for children with visual impairments. American Printing House for the Blind, Inc. Louisville, KY https://sites.aph.org/files/manuals/GMDC/. Accessed 13.6.2022.
  27. Dietrich, J.L. (2019) Deafblind: Blind but not Blind, TedxSalem VI talk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uxZ4u6nses. Accessed 12.6.2022.
  28. Rimmer, Berth Riley, Edward Wang & Amy Rauworth. (2005, November). Accessibility of Health Clubs for People with Mobility Disabilities and Visual Impairments, American Journal of Public Health, 95(11), 2022-8. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2004.051870.
  29. Lieberman, L.J., Haegele, J.A. & Marquez, M. (2018) Possibilities: Recreational Experiences of Individuals who are Deafblind. American Printing House https://www.aph.org/recreational-wins-for-people-with-deafblindess/. Accessed 17.6.2022.