Children With Visual Impairments: A Guide for Parentsby M. Cay Holbrook
The newly revised and expanded edition of Children with Visual Impairments is an essential resource for parents of children who are blind, legally blind, or have low vision. Written by an expert team of professionals and parents, it is filled with jargon-free, compassionate information and advice on raising children with visual impairments from birth to age seven, making it the most comprehensive resource of its kind.
What Is Visual Impairment?
Medical Issues, Treatments, and Professionals
Adjusting to Your Child's Visual Impairment
Your Child's Development
Nurturing Your Child's Self-Esteem
Early Intervention and Special Education
Growing into Literacy
Orientation and Mobility
Children with Multiple and Visual Disabilities
The Years Ahead
The second edition introduces the new educational concept of "expanded core curriculum," comprised of nine key areas of learning that will prepare children with visual impairments to become independent and productive adults. Other additions include an overview of the latest equipment for learning and daily living; the best toilet-training methods; recent changes to special education under IDEA 2004; and the special needs of children with visual impairments who also have autism. And like all of our parents' guides, it features profiles of children and families, and first-hand statements from parents who share the lessons they have learned along the way.
Now enhanced with extensive new material and thoroughly revised, Children with Visual Impairments continues to be the reference that parents will turn to again and again as theirchildren grow and learn.
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