Wheelchair Orientation & Mobility

Ivan with his cane in his wheelchair

James Scott Crawford explains the basics behind getting around in a wheelchair with limited or no vision and how to teach these skills to a student.

The video series is intended for teachers and orientation & mobility specialists, but it’s a great lesson for parents of kids in wheelchairs, too. You may also get some ideas to share with your child’s school.

Here’s the video:

 

 


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