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Desk Schedule for Child Who Is Deafblind Create a daily tactile schedule for children who are deafblind or visually impaired!Create a daily tactile schedule for children who are deafblind or visually impaired! Visually Impaired Activities, Tactile Activities, Classroom Activities, Children Activities, Therapy Activities, Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Deaf Children, Young Children

Daily Desk Schedule for Child Who Is Deafblind

Create a tactile schedule using object symbols, print and braille for learners who are blind, deafblind, visually impaired or with multiple disabilities.

5 Tips to Make Books Accessible and Meaningful is part of Deaf children Activities - Find out how to make books accessible and meaningful for children who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind or with multiple disabilities with these tips from a parent Visually Impaired Activities, Tactile Activities, Learning Activities, Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Material Didático, Sensory Book, Visual Aids, Student Teaching

5 Tips to Make Books Accessible and Meaningful

Find out how to make books accessible and meaningful for children who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind or with multiple disabilities with these tips from a parent.

Visually-impaired activities Seniors with vision impairment will often require help with every day tasks. They may also require support to enable them to stay in touch with the community, friends and their leisure pursuits. Assisted Living Activities, Nursing Home Activities, Occupational Therapy Activities, Elderly Activities, Dementia Activities, Senior Activities, Activities For Adults, Art Therapy Activities, Work Activities

20 Activities for the Visually Impaired

People with vision impairment will often require help with every day tasks they could once complete on their own. They may also require support to enable them to stay in touch with the community, friends and their leisure pursuits.

Tactile quiet book activity for students who are visually impaired. Sensory Activities, Learning Activities, Student Teaching, Teaching Kids, Visually Impaired Activities, Braille, Instructional Strategies, Visual Impairment, Childhood Education

Quiet Books

Create a Quiet Book for children who are blind, deafblind or who have low vision. Children with multiple disabilities can also enjoy these versatile books!

Certified Orientation and Mobility instructor Susan Shier Lowry gives tips on how to encourage young blind children to reach out and touch while walking through familiar environments. Trailing techniques are an important part of Orientation and Mobility. Multiple Disabilities, Vision Therapy, Core Curriculum, Toddler Development, Special Needs Kids, Childrens Hospital, Student Teaching, Pediatrics, Life Skills

Hand Use While Walking: Helping Your Child Who is Blind Understand His Home | WonderBaby.org

Certified Orientation and Mobility instructor Susan Shier Lowry gives tips on how to encourage young blind children to reach out and touch while walking through familiar environments. Trailing techniques are an important part of O&M.

In this webcast, Susan Osterhaus shares her insights related to instructional strategies and resources for teaching math to students who are blind or visually impaired. Tactile Activities, Algebra Activities, Reading Activities, Education English, Elementary Education, Instructional Strategies, Differentiated Instruction, Student Teaching, Teaching Resources

Teaching Math to Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

In this webcast, Susan Osterhaus shares her insights related to instructional strategies and resources for teaching math to students who are blind or visually impaired.

Find tips and tricks from parents of blind and visually impaired children about tooth brushing and dental hygiene! Self Help Skills, Life Skills, Tips And Tricks, Tooth Brushing, Social Work, Social Skills, Dental World, Toddler Development, Sensory Integration

Brushing Teeth & Dental Hygiene | WonderBaby.org

Find tips and tricks from parents of blind and visually impaired children about tooth brushing and dental hygiene!

tips + activity ideas on the use of tactile symbols w/ students who are visually impaired w/ additional disabilities. Braille, Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Libra, Visually Impaired Activities, Career Exploration, Preschool Special Education, Visual Schedules, Assistive Technology

Tactile Symbol Strategies

Tips on expanding the use of tactile symbols with students with multiple disabilities

A great video for teaching students who are blind or low vision kitchen skills! Perkins School for the Blind shows how to promote independence in this great webinar. -ICATER Tips (meal preparation tips) Vocational Activities, Motor Activities, Classroom Activities, Student Teaching, Teaching Tools, Visually Impaired Activities, School Ot, Career Exploration, Special Needs Kids

Let's Get Cooking: Teaching Meal Preparation Skills to Students with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities

This webinar teaches strategies, tips and techniques to begin teaching meal preparation skills to students who are visually impaired with or without additional disabilities.

Perfect tips from National Braille Press to help your blind child enjoy a trip to the library. (Image: young girl exploring a library shelf; Ways for Blind Kids to Enjoy the Library") Special Needs Students, Special Kids, Princeton Library, Special Educational Needs, Visual Impairment, Great Expectations, Early Literacy, Student Teaching, Blinds

Eight Ways for Blind Kids to Enjoy the Library - Great Expectations

Eight great ways to explore and enjoy the Library!

Apply the CCSS to functional situations with students who are visually impaired w/ this cooking activity! Culinary Classes, Cooking Classes, Learning For Life, Career Exploration, Math Groups, Basic Math, Gross Motor Skills, Guided Math, Science Activities

Cooking with Fractions

Ideas for applying the Math Common Core State Standards (CCSS) to functional situations with students who are blind or visually impaired.

Recognizing and extending patterns with shapes is an important cognitive concept for students who are blind, including those with multiple disabilities. Tactile Activities, Cognitive Activities, Teaching Activities, Activity Games, Vocational Tasks, Multiple Disabilities, Education And Development, Vision Therapy, Student Teaching

Recognizing and Extending Patterns with Shapes

This activity is designed to help students who are blind or visually impaired to recognize patterns and extend them.

Games for Blind Children Requing Physical Activity Pe Activities, Physical Activities, Visually Impaired Activities, Blinde, Vision Therapy, Gross Motor, Children, Kids, Games

Games for Blind Children Requing Physical Activity

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This hands-on activity for blind or visually impaired students teaches Energy, Physical Sciences and Language skills with an end result thats edible.this just looks cool! Hands On Activities, Science Activities, Science Ideas, Student Teaching, Teaching Science, Visually Impaired Activities, Solar Energy Projects, Solar Oven, Matter Science

This hands-on activity for blind or visually impaired students teaches Energy, Physical Sciences and Language skills with an end result thats edible.

Describing Colors To Blind People. Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, talks about describing colors to blind people. High School Art, Middle School Art, What Colors Mean, Elements Of Art, Art Classroom, Color Theory, Elementary Art, Teaching Art, Art Therapy

Describing Colors As A Blind Person

Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, talks about describing colors to blind people. Twitter: http://twitter.com/blindfilmcritic Facebook: http://fac...