My son recently turned six years old, and he is in a Pre-K program at a preschool for blind and visually impaired children. He has bilateral ONH with light perception. We are planning for Kindergarten, and we don't know how mainstream kindergarten classes would accommodate his needs. Does anyone have any guidance? My fear is that he will be in a classroom full of sighted children with visually based teaching methods and be lost. How have your children adapted to this type of placement?
What experiences have parents had enrolling their blind children in a public school mainstream Kindergarten class?
Asked by MeganG on January 13, 2016
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