What are some effective strategies for working with children who have a visual impairment? Verbally and specifically narrate what is happening in the classroom at any given time so students always feel included Communicate with families and other professionals to share information and strategies Adapt activities to promote independence Provide multi-sensory, tactile, and experiential learning […]
presented by Melissa Hawkins Session 1 – 02/19/2015 Recording PPT Session 2 – 03/05/2015 Recording PPT Session 3 – 03/19/2015 Recording PPT
Braille is a system that enables blind and visually impaired people to read and write through touch. It was devised by Louis Braille in 1821 and consists of raised dots arranged in “cells.” There are many resources are available to help with the transition to Unified English Braille.
Disability focused State and County Organizations
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Effective strategies for working with children who have a visual impairment?
Effective strategies for working with children who have deaf-blindness
The Braille Sense U2 is a communication system device for deaf-blind users and features vibratory feedback, integrated connectivity with common-audio amplifications systems, and a built-in brailler.
Each disability has unique behaviors and characteristics that place it in its own category according to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 2004 (IDEA)