Help Your Visually Impaired Child Achieve Their Full PotentialAll children face the challenge of learning everyday skills – such as dressing and undressing, personal hygiene, cooking, eating, and simply getting around – but kids with blindness or visual impairment face added obstacles, which can be overcome. They arguably have a bit of an advantage over visually impaired adults who may be relearning how to do things they knew how to do when fully sighted – since these kids are learning these things for the first time, rather than having to relearn them and possibly alter long-entrenched habits.
Of course, this article can help you to help your child. But so can a Habilitation Specialist, who is trained and experienced helping kids like yours learn and adapt – safely and successfully. Here is one place where you can find a Habilitation Specialist.
SDCB can help you or a loved one with vision loss or blindness. Please contact us to learn more.