Developing Social Skills in Children Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

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https://www.perkinselearning.org/videos/webcast/developing-social-skills-children-who-are-blind-or-visually-impaired

In this webcast from Perkins, Sharon Sacks discusses the importance of including social skills instruction when teaching children who are blind or visually impaired. Sharon talks about how social skills naturally develop in children who are sighted through observation and incidental learning and the necessity of teaching these skills to children who are blind or visually impaired who do not acquire these skills incidentally.


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