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Tips for teaching concept development through independent living skills to transition-age youth who are blind with additional disabilities
Tips for individuals who is blind or visually impaired to keep up with changing technology in the workplace
There are 2 webcasts included in this training module that discusses college preparation with parents and educators.
This tutorial discusses services provided through Early Intervention, and preparations for transitioning from services into school.
Tips for parents of youth with special needs on letting go and creating their own path to transition
Tips to help individuals who are blind or visually impaired to succeed in a job interview.
The mother a child with special needs asks that professionals treat her with respect.
This post describes the importance of orientation and mobility skills for youth who are blind in the transition to adult life
Tips for youth who are blind or visually impaired to address their disability with a potential employer
A look at the importance of community involvement for people who are blind or visually impaired
A college student who is deafblind because of Usher Syndrome discusses his experience as a guide dog user
In this webcast, Bhavina Hirapara, a parent of a 3 year old talks about the transition from in home services to preschool services.
Youth who are blind or who have low vision need to learn how to discuss their visual impairment
Tips for families of children who are blind, deafblind or visually impaired to develop independence through chores, household routines and social situations
Advice from an adult who is blind on helping transition-age youth with visual impairments to develop self-advocacy
Students practice basic vocational skills in this hands-on activity.
Students practice fine motor planning to assemble mail envelopes and packages.
A mother shares her thoughts on being a leader of other parents of children with disabilities and special needs, including blindness and deafblindness
Students who are blind or visually impaired practice math, literacy, communication, motor, and social skills working in a student store
A college student who is deafblind describes the importance of self-discipline in being successful in college.
This post explores the question of when a job candidate who is blind or visually impaired should disclose this information to a potential employer
The parent of a young adult who is deafblind discusses the challenge of dealing with the unknown.
Reflections by a college student who is deafblind on the importance of flexibility when making life plans
This tutorial focuses on real-life learning and strategies that can be used to capture the essence of an activity and extend learning into the future.
This training discusses how vocational rehabilitation services vary between students and adulthood and the benefit of developing portfolios for students.
Tips for students who are blind or visually impaired to survive in college
The presentation includes ways to share experiences between a student’s home and school settings — an integral part of building skills and concepts.
Tips on working with a colleague who is blind
In this webcast, Mary Alexander discusses the "Five Pillars of Student Success" as it relates to students with visual impairments and their success in college.
Tips for families of youth with visual impairments or deafblindness on collaborating with others
There are many ways for youth with visual impairments to have meaningful experiences out in nature. This includes being around animals, working with plants and
Students develop work skills by performing many skills in real-life settings. The Perk Café at Perkins School For The Blind offers a wide variety of options for
In this webcast, Lacey Smith talks about the challenges she experiences in transitioning her daughter from early childhood services to preschool.
This course focuses on the transition planning process and ways to successfully prepare a young person for the world of work and/or post-secondary education.
This training discuss the importance of starting the process of transition to adult life as early as possible.
Mary Alexander & Betsy Brint talk about teaching self-advocacy skills, social skills and the expanded core curriculum to ensure success in college.
Mary Zatta takes a look at vocational portfolios and the transition process and how portfolios can be used to help students move into adult life.
There are many different jobs that can be done in most stores and it's important to begin by doing an inventory of the possible tasks in a given work environmen
In this tutorial, Steve Perreault talks about issues related to transition for students with deafblindness.
Learn about the Transition Planning Asia website which prepares youth who are blind or visually impaired with multiple disabilities for independent life.
Make the most of dining out with your child with visual impairments using these simple tips!
Teachers and parents will learn everything they need to know when teaching clothing care skills to kids with visual impairments.
This webinar presentation provides an overview of the website, TransitionPlanningAsia.org.
This webinar talks about issues related to transition for students with deafblindness.
Going out to a restaurant is an enjoyable activity and a chance to engage in the community. This experience offers the opportunity to work on many skill areas
Many skills can be taught by making pizza and through differentiated instruction, all students can participate at their own level. This activity can be part of
Instruction and practice in developing self-determination skills should begin early in a student's career.
Dorinda Rife, CLVT, COMS, describes the importance of long-term planning and instruction to prepare students with visual impairments for the future.
David Wiley talks about the benefits of Person-Centered Planning and how it can help students and their families with transition from school to work.
Dr. Penny Rosenblum discusses the development of navigational and social skills for children and adults who are visually impaired and unable to drive.