The guide-interpretation in guy inclusion process of deafblind person
ABSTRACT Reflecting about the person with deaf-blindness and, above all, the treatment given to the deaf-blind in the social and educational context is an academic need, either in production of theoretical knowledge or in practical interventions. This problematic sets the paths taken by this article, in order to investigate the importance of professional practice of the guide-interpreter in helping people with deaf-blindness, from their communicative practices with the deaf-blind and characterizing which factors and aspects interfere with their professional activities as mediators for the socialization of the deaf-blind. This work bases its reflections on the socio-interactionist theoretical contributions, understanding that the relationship of the deaf-blind subject with the environment is an essential factor for the development of individuals. The bibliographical research enables analysis of the lack of information and expertise on disability as a factor in the emergence of structural, programmatic, attitudinal and architectural barriers, which affect both the quality of treatment to the deaf-blind, as well as the social reality of these individuals, thus providing a reality of exclusion and segregation.