The National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health is the leading national nonprofit organization that focuses on educating as many people as possible on the importance of caring for their eyes and vision by promoting advances that support eye health needs and emphasizes early detection and access to appropriate eye care. This report is a compilation of the latest research, best-practices, and strategies to support the vision of our children.
What’s Different About the Way Visually Impaired Children Learn? Parents whose child has a visual impairment may wonder what effect impaired vision will have on their child. There is no single answer that applies to all children. Your child’s specific visual condition, the presence of any other disabilities, their personality and temperament, plus many other factors, will all influence how they reacts to their particular visual impairment.
Early Learning Applications: Many applications are available to promote early learning for young children who are blind or visually impaired, including those who are deaf/blind or who have multiple disabilities. this resource is part 2 of a great list and you can access part 1 from here as well.