Growth And Development 26
Many children with visual impairments seek out physically stimulating activities, like swinging or rocking. Here are ways you can help channel that energy.
The Oregon Project is a comprehensive assessment and curriculum designed for use with children birth to six who are blind or visually impaired.
Basic prepositional concepts like in, on, under, behind, etc. can be very difficult for blind children to master. We'll share our ideas to help you teach these concepts.
The United Kingdom's Department for Children, Schools and Families provides templates for monitoring educational protocols and developmental goals.
Reduce the stress of the weekly errands by helping your child strengthen their sensory response through occupational therapy. The OT Mom, of the Sense-Able Baby website, suggests providing calming sensory input when the environment becomes overwhelming.
We'll give you tips and ideas on how to set goals and teach your blind baby how to finger feed.
We'll review the book Developmental Guidelines for Infants with Visual Impairment and explain why it's a must read for parents of young blind children and blind babies.
Karen and Jay Stiteley go over common techniques used to manage everyday independent living by people who are blind. From labeling and organizing in the kitchen to ways to manage school books and supplies, they cover it all!