Foundations of Rehabilitation Teaching with Persons who are Blind Or Visually Impaired

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AFB Press, 1996 - Education - 415 pages
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The first comprehensive textbook on rehabilitation teaching with people who are blind or visually impaired, this book provides practical information and specific instructional strategies as well as an overview of the profession, its history and development, and management of a rehabilitation teaching caseload. Written by two experienced teachers and prominent educators, this volume includes chapters on low vision skills, communication skills, and daily living skills, including food preparation, personal management, home management, and leisure and recreation, presenting proven techniques and detailed, step-by-step lesson plans for specific skills in each area. Information is offered on the needs of adult learners and individuals with adventitious or congenital visual impairments, along with valuable sample forms for assessing and planning the needs and course of instruction for new clients.

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Contents

PART ONE The Profession of Rehabilitation Teaching
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The Evolution From Home Teaching to Rehabilitation Teaching
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PART TWO The Process of Rehabilitation Teaching
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