Adapting Signs App for Children with Vision Impairment
Adapting Signs is an app from the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children created to help teach simple signing to children with visual impairments.
The app was designed for parents and teachers to use as an aid to help children with significant vision impairments and other needs. The app gives tips on how to adapt a set of signs for blind children including videos and written information. It also allows you to create your own dictionary of specialized signs specifically suited for your child or student.
Adapted Signs app is full of information on visual impairments and teaching children to sign!
You can find other apps developed by the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children on the iTunes App Store and the RIDBC website.
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