Quick Tip: Teaching Street Crossing. Teaching Street Crossing to Students with Visual Impairments addresses gaining street-crossing competency against the backdrop of three different theories of learning—skills-based, behavioral, and Piagetian.
OR Project The Oregon Project for Preschool Children who are Blind or Visually Impaired (The OR Project) is a comprehensive assessment and curriculum designed for use with children birth to six who are blind or visually impaired.
"Defined Spaces" is a strategy found helpful in promoting orientation and mobility in young children with visual impairment. A defined space is any area in which meaningful objects are kept in predictable, accessible, and easily detectable locations.
Great Place for Canes! Advantage Canes is a wonderful organization that also fixes canes, replaces tips and does everything quickly. They can also make specialty canes based on your height. My favorite cane brand!
Susan Lowry, Orientation and Mobility specialist, answers the question: Is my child ready for a long cane or a precane?
Future Reflections is a magazine for parents and teachers of blind children. It is published quarterly by the American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults in partnership with the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children.