I am the early childhood consultant for the Texas Deafblind Project, which is part of TSBVI Outreach. I also have worked as a deafblind consultant with school aged students and in assistive technology. Professionally my interests are communication and early literacy, touch, tactile learning and BART (Bonding and Relaxation Technique). I also like to read and teach about active learning, assistive technology, play and toys. I have a special interest in children with severe and profound multiple disabilities and CHARGE syndrome.
Posts by Holly Cooper
|Title||Type of Post||Created on|
|Gift Ideas for Kids Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Have Additional Disabilities||Blog entry||11/28/2016|
|Tactile Books for Very Young Children||Blog entry||04/25/2016|
|Making a Simple Switch-Accessible Power Point Talking Book||Strategies||09/11/2015|
|Tips to Include Braille and Literacy in the Home This Summer!||Resources||05/20/2015|
|Let's Make Macaroni and Cheese||Strategies||05/14/2012|