When interacting with a child who is visually impaired, it’s important to appropriately and effectively relay your actions and expectations.
By following the guidelines set out in this article, you will help the child to feel comfortable in their surroundings and feel able to openly communicate with you.
From making sure the child knows you’re in the room or that you’re leaving to describing what is on the plate that you have put in front of him, these tips cover basic communication skills for comfortable interactions.
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How to communicate with a visually impaired child