I have a student on my caseload with septo-optic dysplasia. His classroom teacher reported to me that he is rolling around on the floor more this year (great!); however, yesterday he rolled in to another student and scratched her face severely. Should we implement some boundaries so he knows where he is in the classroom? Any suggestions on scratching? I don't want to limit his interactions or gross motor. He is capable of walking but chooses not to. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!!!
My blind student rolls on floor & when reaches another student he will scratch their face/ any boundary suggestions?
Asked by mshepperd on December 9, 2015
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