Communication network update series nr 5
Disability issues, Deafblindness
27 Mar 2012
DbI seminar on transcription of meaning negotiation
Cognitive semiotics provides theory and tools developed in order to analyse exactly the dynamic processes in the construction of meaning. Using these tools and theories in the clinical practice enables us to (re-) establish communicative settings with anticipative adult interlocutors.
These anticipative settings will be better equipped to bridge the gap between what is realised and what is potential meaning due to the theoretically informed focus on the dynamics of the negotiation. In such a setting, we may address the question of how deafblind people think. It is a necessary and basic element of addressing the question of how they express their thoughts.
1 Feb 2023
Tactile transition – experiences shared by persons with acquired deafblindness
14 Jan 2020
Tactile Working Memory Scale – A Professional Manual