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Independent Living Skills in the Expanded Core Curriculum

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Whipped Grapefruit Mint Sugar Scrub

DIY whipped grapefruit peppermint body sugar scrub with coconut oil C. Coconut Oil C. White Sugar Zest of 1 Grapefruit 1 T. Grapefruit Juice 10 drops Peppermint Oil 25 drops Grapefruit Oil t. Beet Juice(optional-for color)

Picking Up Puffs: We'll give you tips and ideas on how to set goals and teach your blind baby how to finger feed.

Picking Up Puffs: Working on Developmental Milestones One Step at a Time

Learning to pick up small finger foods and feed yourself can be really hard! We'll give you tips and ideas on how to set goals and teach your blind baby how to finger feed.

Gardening with a Blind Child: Gardening is a very hands-on endeavor and children with visual impairments need the opportunity to get their hands into as many different real-world activities as possible, so how about starting a gardening project? *pinned by wonderbaby.org

Gardening with a Blind Child

Gardening with a Blind Child (Images: a mom and her son shoveling dirt, planting a tomato plant, patting the dirt, and watering it)

Age-Related Macular Degeneration  The center of the retina, the macula, is used for detailed work and reading. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a deterioration of the macula that results in impaired central vison.   AMD is the number one cause of blindness in those over age 55.  Visit with one of our retina specialists, Dr. Shane or Dr. Menezes today and see what treatment is available for you!   For more information, visit http://www.youreyedoctors.com/macular-degeneration.html

Age-Related Macular Degeneration The center of the retina, the macula, is used for detailed work and reading. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a deterioration of the macula that results in impaired central vison. AMD is the number one cause of bl

The Expanded Core Curriculum - To live and work independently, students who are blind or visually impaired must learn an additional set of skills known as the “expanded core curriculum.” Essential life skills including social interaction, independent living, career education, recreation and leisure skills, and communication modes such as braille, must be taught alongside basic academics

Understanding the Expanded Core Curriculum

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Tips for teaching your student to talk about a visual impairment, which is a crucial step toward self-determination and advocacy

Tips for teaching your student to talk about a visual impairment, which is a crucial step toward self-determination and advocacy (Image: male adolescent sitting behind a cash register smiling)

Teach kids to fold laundry with this simple laundry hack: a cardboard folding "helper". It's easy to make, costs $1, and will have kids helping in no time!

teach kids to fold laundry with this simple hack

This simple cardboard folding helper makes it easy for kids fold their…

"Recovering addicts need to engage in a meaningful activity that is incompatible with their current addiction. Dropping an addiction leaves a chasm. It's essential that you fill that hole with an incompatible activity -- something that will absorb your time and interest, carry you on to higher accomplishments, and make it difficult for you to give in to your cravings." - Change Anything

Male adult signs and speaks to young boy, who appears to be listening attentively.

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