PrAACtical Resources: Communication with Children with Deafblindness or Visual and Multiple Impairments
Many of us work with learners who have significant visual difficulties along with another disability such as hearing impairment, autism, or intellectual disabilities. Today, we look at the Communication Resources from the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired which is geared to helping teachers, therapists, and parents get familiar with some basic communication principles and instructional strategies.
It includes sections on topics such as interaction/bonding, building security, play, calendars, and a video series by Sara Kitchener.
This post was written by Carole Zangari