An Orientation and Mobility Primer for Families and Young Children
American Foundation for the Blind, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 42 pages
This book describes the skills children with visual impairments need to get around safely and efficiently, and helps parents start their youngsters on the way to being independent. Chapters cover sensory training, concept development, motor development, and orientation skills, and offers suggestions on how to encourage a child to move, to identify the sources of sounds, to keep track of objects, and to play successfully with others.
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