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Co-editor Professor Naomi Dale talks about her book Children with Vision Impairment…
What are the core messages of Children with Vision Impairment?
First and foremost, Children with Vision Impairment: Assessment, Development and Management is a practical guide to help education professionals to assist children with vision impairment with their developmental learning and wellbeing.
What was really important for us was equipping professionals with the knowledge of how vision impairment affects children in their learning and function, and how through utilising evidence-based practical guidance we can maximise their developmental potential and life quality.
Why is the book useful to SENCos?
You need specialist knowledge and skills to properly support children with vision impairment in a school environment. This book is designed to be a one-stop shop, bringing together all clinical and education knowledge into a single text.
It’s been edited and contributed to by highly experienced educators in the field. The book is for professionals, by professionals.
How do participation and teaching practices feature?
They are key. Approaches to habilitation, social relations and participation are covered in depth, plus teaching practices in braille education and guidance for low vision aid in educational settings are included.
The book is a collaborate effort with those who have lived experience too. We have chapters from young people and parents who provide insight into participation challenges.
Get 15% off the book (published by Mac Keith Press) with code senco15 at mackeith.co.uk.
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