Introduction to Deaf-Blindness and the Virginia Project for Children and Young Adults with Deaf-Blindness - Shared screen with speaker view
Babies crying when they are hungry
using informal gestures or vocalizations to convey meaning to those around us
Think time verses wait time
I have seen the video with the child and dad but it's such a great reminder to engage with children no matter what age or issues they may have. Thanks for a great presentation. Stay safe!
a therapist explained one time that every time you speak a request that it causes the child's brain to start trying to process over and over again, not giving them the chance to fully process and react … I found that so helpful to think of it like that
Thank you for the information! A friend of mine has a braille teacher who is moving away, trouble finding a new one. She said it is easy to find ASL instructors but not Braille. Do you have any tips of where to search? (she is in another state, not VA)
In supporting teacher teams that work with students with more significant disabilities, I have found success in helping them plan with anticipation, motivation, communication and confirmation in mind as they plan.
this is for her son
Great! Thank you!!
That individual might also reach out to AER in her region as they may have info. as well as that's the professional organization for TVIs..
Thanks Ladies. Good info. the pyramid slide was insightful! Stay safe ladies. Caren
Hilary Hodes: firstname.lastname@example.org & Ira Padhye: email@example.com
Great overview! Look forward to more!
Thank you! It was very informative!
Can you send that to me to share with our families? firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
the family happy hour