Orientation And Mobility 35
Getting your blind child outside and moving around in the community can help them develop motor skills as well as Orientation and Mobility skills.
This is a program for children age birth to 7 years old. It provides a white cane, instructional DVD, and other resources to help parents assist their children with O&M skills.
Susan Shier Lowry, an Orientation and Mobility specialist, writes about how you can encourage your child to reach out for objects and how reaching can help develop orientation skills needed for crawling and walking.
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