Transition to Preschool
Parents’ Tips on Getting Your Child Who Is Blind or Visually Impaired Ready for Preschool.
Transition to preschool for children who are blind or visually impaired is a big deal. Your little person is transitioning from the routine that parents set up to the whole new world of school. I’ve worked with a number of parents over many years who have made discoveries about how to navigate the transition experience. Here are some of their thoughts. For more click HERE.
Pre-Preschool Anxiety for Parents of Toddlers Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired.
If you’re thinking, “I just can’t put her on a bus and send her away for half the day,” you’re not alone. The very thought of being separated from their three-year-old makes many parents uncomfortable. Add to that the anxiety of knowing their child will be in an unfamiliar environment, and it’s not hard to understand their feelings. For more click HERE.
How to Prepare for an Child Find Evaluation at Age 3.
Preparing for a Child Find evaluation at age 3 when your child is visually impaired involves several steps to ensure that the process accurately identifies your child's needs and sets the stage for appropriate support and services. Here's how you can prepare. Your Early Intervention of the Visually Impaired can help! For more click HERE.