Millie Smith’s Advice on Communication Skills for Children with Visual and Multiple Disabilities
Millie Smith is a private consultant for students with visual and multiple impairments. She worked at the Texas School for the Bind and Visually Impaired as an outreach teacher-trainer, classroom teacher of students with visual and multiple impairments, and a resource teacher for academic students who were visually impaired. Millie was an itinerant teacher of students who are visually impaired in the Dallas Independent School District as well as an instructor at the University of Texas at Austin. She has a master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in visual impairment and emotional disturbance. She has published several books and numerous articles.
Since retiring in 2000, she has been working as a consultant for the American Printing House for the Blind, helping them develop products for students with visual and multiple impairments.
Millie’s Advice on Communication Skills for Visually Impaired Children with Multiple Disabilities
- Three Things Parents Should Know About Communication Skills for Children with Multiple Disabilities
- What Can Families Do at Home to Support Their Child’s Communications Skills?
- What Can Professionals Do to Help Parents Teach Their Children to be Better Communicators?
- What Are the Benefits of a Parent/Professional Collaboration?