TLL 2532 - EARLY INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WITH VI
This course provides an overview of the topics unique to children aged birth through five who are blind and visually impaired and their families. Focus will be on typical and atypical development as a basis for assessing the child's needs and designing appropriate interventions and family supports. The course includes individual and collaborative work in the areas of family-centered practices and collaboration among professional agencies across disciplines. Emphasis will be placed on assessment and intervention in the areas of sensory, cognitive, motoric, and communicative development as well as providing developmentally appropriate orientation and mobility.
Frances Mary D'Andrea