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Development and Psychometric Properties of a Standardized Assessment for Adults Who Are Deaf-Blind — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: The internal consistency and validity of the interRAI Community Health Assessment and Deafblind Supplement were tested with 182 persons with deaf-blindness. All subscales demonstrated good to excellent internal consistency, and expected associations provided evidence of convergent validity. This instrument can facilitate standardized service planning for persons with deaf-blindness.


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