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Guide to teaching deaf people to drive

November 2nd, 2007  |  Published in General News  |  2 Comments

If you are a driving instructor and perhaps want to teach deaf people to drive, or perhaps are deaf yourself and would like to assist your driving instructor to teach you to drive.

Have a look at this guide I found on the DesktopDriving.com website, under their free downloads section.

Here is their introduction to their booklet.

Do you have a hearing-impared pupil?

Teaching The Deaf To Drive is a practical Teaching aid for driving instructors who need help teaching a deaf pupil to drive.

This booklet has been produced by The Institute of Master Tutors who have kindly given their permission for the booklet to be downloaded from our web site free of charge.

Now you can teach deaf people to drive also, download their guide here.

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  1. Auto Parts Car Parts says:

    November 7th, 2007 at 11:22 am (#)

    This is a great post. I think it\’s only rightful that all driving schools should have at least 2 instructors that know sign language. Besides, deaf people should in no way feel like they\’re second-rate people.

  2. Miguel dos Santos says:

    November 7th, 2007 at 11:39 am (#)

    Thanks

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