Blind Children in Family and Community

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U of Minnesota Press, 1960 - Blind children - 142 pages
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Contents

A BABY NEEDS LOVE AND ENCOURAGEMENT EVERY DAY
6
WHAT DOES MOTHER EXPECT OF ME?
9
A TODDLER MEETS PARENTAL EXPECTATIONS
14
The hard way
18
Happiness and simple things
19
The point of readiness
21
Discovery in a garden
25
Knowing he is blind
27
Fun with a frog
73
What family ties provide
75
Shopping with Mother
76
Man to man
80
Fishing
83
When the peonies bloom
87
and fights
89
A time to be alone
91

Welcome explanations
29
Making decisions
30
Baking cookies
35
A responsible helper at five
42
The individual emerges
44
SELFRELIANCE GROWS WITH THINKING AND DOING
50
Simple information
52
Discovering music
53
Finding her way correctly
54
EMOTIONS NEED GROOMING TOO
55
Responsiveness
59
A sense of self
60
When children get angry
61
The expression of conflict
63
Love a twoway proposition
64
LEARNING SELFDISCIPLINE BEGINS EARLY
65
Learning about limits
66
Bedtime at nursery school
67
Helping him to be good
68
Play time at home
71
Together at the lunch table
93
THE WIDER FAMILY CIRCLE PROVIDES SOCIAL EXPERIENCE
95
CASUAL SOCIAL SITUATIONS ENCOURAGE SELFCONFIDENCE
100
A haircut inevitable routine
101
Out for a walk
104
The park
106
At Sunday school
110
At nursery school
113
THE NEIGHBORS NEED TO UNDERSTAND
115
BACKYARD SCENES ARE FILLED WITH FUN
117
A FRIEND COMES OVER TO PLAY
119
AN INVITATION OUT IS GOOD FOR PARENTS AND CHILD
121
HE SEES HOW OTHER PEOPLE LIVE
123
HOW PARENTS EXPLAIN TO OTHERS
125
MOTHER FINDS A BABY SITTER
127
COMMUNITY RESOURCES HELP PARENTS AND CHILD
131
HE LOOKS FORWARD TO SCHOOL
135
in summary
139
Index
142
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