Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Regina Quaid

Regina Quaid

I am an Outreach Consultant for the Kentucky School for the Blind. I enjoy providing trainings for the Teachers of the Visually Impaired in South Central Kentucky and sharing my 35 years of experience teaching in the fields of hearing impaired and vision impaired. I love developing, making, and sharing activities that show how modifications can made to the curriculum to give all learners access to literacy. With an undergraduate degree in Teaching the Hearing Impaired, Graduate degree, and a Graduate Certification in Teaching the Visually Impaired, along with 35 years of teaching as a resource teacher, itinerant teacher, and residential classroom teacher, I feel I have a unique perspective on teaching children with complex needs and learners with visual impairment. 

Posts by Regina Quaid

Title Type of Post Created on
Dr. Seuss Family Night Blog entry 02/17/2021
Alphabet Soup and Braille Muffins Strategies 05/04/2020
I Spy Christmas Blog entry 12/12/2019
Hot Chocolate: A Tactile Connections Experience Story Strategies 03/30/2019
Easter Activities for Learners with CVI Blog entry 03/17/2019