Are you still having problems teaching your visually impaired or blind child how to tie shoes? Have you ever wondered how students distinguish dollar bills from one another? Is your child still having trouble with color coordinating his or her wardrobe? If so, help is available!
The Washington State School for the Blind has produced a variety of video clips on subjects as familiarizing yourself with a new environment, tying your shoes, labeling clothes, buttons and zippers, folding money, etc. These short clips provide useful tips for parents and teachers to help children who are blind and visually impaired to perform common daily living tasks such as those mentioned above. The clips are available on the WSSB website at http://www.wssb.wa.gov/video.asp.