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|Title:||The ten commandments of communicating with people with disabilities|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Irene Ward; David Wolkin; Tim Harrington; Irene M. Ward & Associates.; Program Development Associates.
Content: Version 1. (26 min.) : Stereo audio, closed-captioned -- version 2. (26 min.) : Mono audio, audio descriptor, open captioned.
|Credits:||Editor/videographer, J.C. Figueroa ; additional writers, Irene M. Ward, David Stanton, A. Andrew Amid.|
|Performer(s):||Hosted by Tim Harrington ; presenters: Marsha Nippert, Tony Brown, Mary Hiland, Birdie Larrick, Clyde Yoder, Mac Gray, Al Ballinger, Shelinda Dulaney, Heidi Johnson-Wright.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (52 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 suppl. ( p. ; 28 cm.)|
|Contents:||Version 1. (26 min.) : Stereo audio, closed-captioned -- version 2. (26 min.) : Mono audio, audio descriptor, open captioned.|
|Other Titles:||10 commandments of communicating with people with disabilities|
|Responsibility:||executive producer, Irene M. Ward ; producer/director, David Wilkin ; script by David Wilkin.|
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Language Note:||Closed-captioned ; open-captioned.|
|Publisher:||Cicero, NY : Distributed by Program Development Associates,|
|Class Descriptors:||LC Class No.: HV1553; Dewey No.: 658.3|
|Corporate Author:||Irene M. Ward & Associates.; Program Development Associates.|
This video uses humorous vignettes to deliver its disability awareness message. With over 53 million Americans having a disability, large corporations as well as small companies use this outstanding video to train employees, improve customer service and avoid losing talented employees due to ignorance or awkwardness. Human service agencies get "double duty" from this program when they utilize it to train their own staff and the community about disability etiquette.
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