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Helping my child

KASHYAP, Sunanda
2006

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This factsheet provides practical advice for parents and carers about how to help deafblind children to learn everyday activities, such as eating, grooming, dressing, bathing, mobility, positioning and play

Playing with my child

SHEVDE, Sampada
2006

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This factsheet explores the importance of play for children with deafblindness, covering various types of play, such as sensorimotor, physical, symbolic and games. Information is provided regarding suggested timing of play activities, positioning for play activities, properties of toys and details of activities that can be used as play. This resource is particularly useful for parents and carers of deafblind children

Dame Hannah Rogers Trust website

DAME HANNAH ROGERS TRUST

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The Dame Hannah Rogers Trust is a school in Ivybridge, Devon, UK that provides education and physical care for young people with complex physical and associated learning disabilities. The website was designed to provide information to prospective students and parents and facilitate fundraising for potential donors. The website would be most useful for anyone interested in education provision for disabled children

Vision - using it better

SENSE INTERNATIONAL (INDIA)

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This booklet aims to increase understanding about vision, visual impairment and residual or useful vision, and how vision is assessed. It has been compiled for all who live or work with deafblind children and young adults or those who have visual impairment along with one or more additional disabilities

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