This webinar explains how O&M skills and techniques are expanded into more complex environments for secondary school age students and young adults.
This webinar introduces the range of mobility aids and techniques.
This webinar introduces orientation terminology and techniques.
This webinar provides participants with strategies to assist in including children with vision impairemnt in your class or community setting.
The years from conception through birth to eight years of age are critical to the complete and healthy cognitive, emotional and physical growth of children. This webinar explores early childhood development, the role of vision and visual development and then the implications for a child's development due to their vision impairment. Completing the Early (more…)
Cerebral vision impairment (CVI) has emerged to be one of the most prominent causes of vision impairment in children in the developed world. The spectrum of CVI creates anomalies in the quality of vision seen in conjunction with cognitive visual dysfunction.
This webinar investigates the different aspects of play that children who are deaf or hard of hearing need to acquire to make and keep friends. It focuses on getting along with others, staying calm with other and being responsible for our behaviour also how to share space with others.
In this three day workshop participants will engage in interactive and fun activities to learn how to communicate using Auslan.
This two-day workshop provides professionals and parents with knowledge and practice in including children with vision impairment in early childhood settings. Topics will include early braille literacy and numeracy and resources production, technology options, orientation and mobility techniques, and strategies to promote inclusion in the day-to-day interactions, experiences, activities and routines that occur in home and early childhood settings
The course is intended to provide participants with the skills and competencies required to assist them in supporting students who are blind or have low vision in their school.