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Print or Braille? A structured approach to determining routes to literacy for children with severe visual impairment

The decision whether to encourage a child with severe visual impairment to work in print, braille or a combination of both can be a very difficult one to make. It involves not only a full assessment of visual and cognitive skills but also detailed consideration of a child's long term educational needs. This one-day workshop introduces a new assessment procedure developed in the USA to assist professionals and parents in making evidence-based decisions.
07 March 2007 14:30 to 21:00
Catherine Pearson or Rachel McHale
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0113 274 8855

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