Education of High School Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
During the junior and senior high school years, your child will take a wide range of classes. It’s important for your teen to have access to the same materials as sighted classmates. We’ve shared information on how you can make sure this happens and how you can encourage your child to self-advocate. You may also want to consider where it is best for your teen to attend school now and in the future so that all of your child’s needs are met both as a person with a visual impairment and as a student in academic classes.
- Accessing Academic Classes for Teenagers Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
- Orientation and Mobility for Teens with Recent Vision Loss
- The Value of Strong Orientation and Mobility Skills
- Checklist: A College Planning Timeline
- Taking the SAT or ACT
- After High School, the Rules Change