Building Learning Skills for Children with Multiple Disabilities
We’re all life-long learners, but for your child who has a visual impairment and additional disabilities, the ways in which he learns and the amount of time it takes him to learn may be different from other children his age. The way in which your child’s environment provides him with learning opportunities can have a great impact on how much he learns and how quickly he grasps new information. In this section, you’ll find articles about ways in which you can support your child’s learning, use routines as learning tools, and encourage the development of his literacy skills.
- Supporting Learning and Development in Children Who Are Visually Impaired and Have Additional Disabilities
- Using the Senses: Developing the Senses in a Multiply Disabled Child