Grade Schoolers: When Your Child with Blindness or Low Vision Goes to School
It’s an exciting time for your child as they learn to take an active role in their life. As your child’s teacher and supporter, you have learned to advocate for your child with blindness or low vision, a medical patient, and an individual; now, you will slowly pass the baton to your child, encouraging progress in self-care and self-advocacy.
- Processing and Managing the Emotions That Accompany a Disability
- Building Self-Esteem in Your Child
- Teaching Your Child About Self-Advocacy
- Helping Your Child with Blindness or Low Vision Learn How to Make Friends
- Exposing Children to Group Work
- Chores for Your Child who is Blind or Low Vision: Yes or No?
- Teaching Your Blind Child Everyday Skills Like Taking a Bath or Shower, Washing, Combing, and Brushing Hair
- Talking to Your Daughter About Menstruation
- Equipping Your Child with Self-Care Skills
- Choosing the Best School Environment for Your Child Who Is Blind or Low Vision
- Preparing for the First Day of Public School as a Student Who Is Blind or Has Low Vision
- Managing Classroom Work and Homework
- Helping Your Child Develop Literacy Skills
Join our ParentConnect group, and you will be able to connect with other parents of children who are blind or visually impaired. You can request email alerts by signing up HERE and follow our FamilyConnect blog.