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Visit to Low Vision Doctor

Creating a book about an upcoming visit to the low vision doctor helps students with visual impairments to prepare.

An amazing teacher I work with created a book and wrote a song to go with it. The student will be going to her first low vision visit. To help prepare her, the teacher created a wonderful little story and song. As we read the story, there are motions we do for each of the pages.
 
The story was created using MS PowerPoint. Once printed, the images on the pages were made tactile to aid the young student in participating in the story time. The student is a prebraille student. The song is sung during free time as well. The book will go along with the student to her low vision doctor’s appointment to help facilitate the student’s comfort level at the appointment.
 

Low Vision Doctor’s Appointment Book

Front Cover of Book
Page 1
'I will take a long drive to Austin' with a drawing of a steering wheel Page 2 – move hands like you’re driving
Page 3 – wave hand to say hello
Page 4 – blow air into her face
Page 5 – use phone light to flash light into her face using the red / green papers
Page 6 – use a finger to trace a line from the back of her head to her eyes
Page 7 – sign language ‘finished’ and ‘thank you’
Page 8

 

low vision doctor collage


 

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