Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Writing Effective LMAs for Students with Multiple Disabilities

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Cursive letters s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z
For children who read braille, one handwriting skill that needs to be taught is the child’s signature. This skill is usually started in second or...
a woman, a young woman, and a woman dressed as Jasmine from Aladdin stand together while Jasmine signs the autograph book
One of the most magical parts of going to a theme park like Disney World or Disneyland is getting signatures from the characters you encounter in...
a baby owl on a dirt path
Awhile back, my son Liam (deafblind) was attending an event where I knew ahead of time that the book Owl Babies would be read to a group of...


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Look logo from CVI Scotland
CVI Scotland has created "Look", which is a new free interactive reading tool for children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).  They write: We...


 

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