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Early Intervention service manual cover
The Early Intervention to IUGR Children at Risk for Developmental Delays is by Dr. Amar Jyothi Persha and Mrs. V.R.P. Sheilaja Rao, and published by the National Institute for the Mentally...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
English-Vietnamese Dictionary
This is a list of common vocabulary words and terminology used in the education of people with visual impairment. In English with Vietnamese translation and description.          
Posted by namita.jacob
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This manual for parents and caregivers of children who are visually impaired with additional disabilities is available as a free download through Blind People's Association.  The manual was developed...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
A student buys vegetables
Siriporn Tantaopas (Noie) speaks about the educational services for students with multiple disabilities and visual impairments (MDVI) and deafblindness at the Northern School for the Blind in Chiang...
Posted by sptantaopas
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SỔ TAY HƯỚNG DẪN CAN THIỆP SỚM is the Vietnamese translation of the Early Intervention Manual by Dr. Namita Jacob.  This version has been translated by Ha Thanh Van, the principal of Nguyen Dinh...
Posted by namita.jacob
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Menciptakan Kesempatan-Kesempatan Belajar: Petunjuk Langkah demi Langkah untuk Mengajar Anak dengan Hambatan Penglihatan dengan Disabilitas Tambahan, termasuk Netra-Rungu Creating Learning...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Shishu Shorgo (Children’s Heaven): Transition Program Manual 2015 is now available through this link.   This comprehensive manual is a joint publication of Child Sight Foundation, Perkins...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Click here to download the Bahasa version of the Early Intervention Manual.                
Posted by Weningsih
Babies in India receiving early intervention services
Click here to jump to the Table of Contents   Author Dr Namita Jacob Regional Education Specialist, Asia Pacific, Perkins International   Development Team Poonam Natrajan...
Posted by namita.jacob
A young girl examines her calendar box
In this webcast, Marianne Riggio talks about the process of helping educational programs conduct self-assessments as a means of ensuring that their program is effective. She describes the process...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Two teenage girls pose together
Barbara McLetchie and Mary Zatta present a webcast called To Live, To Love, To Work, To Play: Blending Quality of Life Into the Curriculum in which they discuss the importance of helping youth with...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Dr. Namita Jacob
Dr. Namita Jacob discusses how to train people who have no experience in working with students with visual impairments and multiple disabilities in this brief interview. While it is critical for...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Information for parents and caregivers of children who are blind or who have other special needs are now available in Arabic on WonderBaby.org, thanks to the generosity of volunteer efforts from...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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We held a vocational training workshop in northern Thailand for thirteen older VIMD (Visually Impaired Multiply Disabled) students who will finish school in the next 1-3 years and return to their...
Posted by sptantaopas
Weningsih
In this webcast Weningsih discusses the development of curriculum in Indonesian for students who have multiple disabilities and visual impairments (MDVI).   She outlines some of the challenges in...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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交流互动:要两个人才能完成 is the Chinese translation of Communication Interactions:  It Takes Two by Kathleen Stremmel.  It looks at: 什么是交流? (What is communication?) 我们怎样才能促进交流?(How can we increase...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
A young boy stands in his classroom
学前视力障碍儿童项目质量指标 is the Chinese translation of Quality Indicators for Preschool Programs Serving Children with Visual Impairment and Blindness.  It includes the following areas: 教师职工与孩子及孩子与孩子之间的互动...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Cooking class
These quality indicators were developed by Laurel Hudson, Deborah Gleason and Charlotte Cushman to provide guidelines for people developing or evaluating programs for children who are blind or...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
A young child helps to water the plants
This document is a translation in Bahasa Indonesia of Quality Indicators for Programs Serving Children with Visual Impairments and Blindness, Extended for Students with Multiple Disabilities. ...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
A young girl sits on a mat with small therapy balls
Developed by Laurel Hudson and Deborah Gleason, this document lists questions to ask when trying to evaluate the quality of a preschool program serving children who are blind or visually impaired. ...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Chinese baby
草稿:质量指标(2007年4月13日), 为视障/盲婴幼儿服务项目制定, 为中国视障儿童早期关怀和教育项目咨询与培训专门设计, 由爱德基金会ECCE项目组老师以及爱伦.梅塞尔硕士和戴比格利森硕士合作制定 This is the Chinese version of Quality Indicators for Programs Serving Infants and Toddlers Who...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Young boy plays with blocks
This document (2008) lists questions to determine the quality of programs serving infants and toddlers who are blind or visually impaired.  Categories include: Record Keeping Interactions...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
A young boy holds his head up.
This fact sheet Komunikasi Yang Ekspresif in Bahasa Indonesia provides information on the nature of expressive communication and the value of such communication. The continuum of expressive...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Baby in crib
Interaksi Dini dengan Anak Penyandang Buta Tuli/Tuna rungu by Debbie Gleason offers suggestions for interacting with young children who are deafblind.  The article includes the following sections...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Child in garden with adult
This 4-page document in Bahasa Indonesian BANTU SAYA UNTUK MEMPELAJARI BENDA & PENGALAMAN BARU offers suggestions on helping children who are blind or visually impaired to learn and experience...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Creating Play Environment for Children with Sensory Impairment and Additional Disabilities (2005) by Jayanthi Narayan and Marianne Riggio is a 62-page book that discusses the use of play to teach...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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California Deaf-Blind Services offers a range of Fact Sheets in many languages, including Chinese, Vietnamese, and Lao.  The full list of fact sheets can be seen here. Fact Sheets are available in...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Helping Children Who Are Blind has been translated into Vietnamese.  This practical guide by Sandy Niemann and Namita Jacob offers support to families and members of the community regarding children...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Developing Concepts with Children Who are Deaf-Blind by Barbara Miles and Barbara McLetchie has been translated into Chinese.  This document explains how concepts develop, the importance of...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Two people use their hands to communicate.
Developing Concepts with Children Who are Deaf-Blind by Barbara Miles and Barbara McLetchie has been translated into Vietnamese.  This document explains how concepts develop, the importance of...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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对视障少儿以点字机和点字板为辅助 工具来掌握点字书写的研究 This research study by Smriti Swarup and Sujata Bhan was originally published in The Educator in July 2009.  Using 5 subject in India, the study examines the difference...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
The Educator -- Braille Literacy issue
Smriti Swarup and Sujata Bhan from Centre of Special Education, SNDT Women's University in Mumbai (India) present their research in A Study of Braille Writing Skills Acquisition in Early Learners...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Vietnamese cover of Remarkable Conversations
Remarkable Conversations has been translated into Vietnamese.  It addresses the communication needs of individuals who are deafblind across a wide range of communication styles and abilities. Table...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Creating Learning Opportunities cover
Creating Learning Opportunities: A Step-by-Step Guide to Teaching Students with Vision Impairment and Additional Disabilities, Including Deafblindness has been translated into Bahasa Indonesia.  This...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Cover of Chinese version of Perkins Activity and Resource Guide
The Perkins Activity and Resource Guide has been translated into Traditional Chinese.  This handbook for teachers and parents of children with visual and multiple disabilities includes hundreds of...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
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Dorinda Rife, Superintendant of Programs and Services at Perkins School for the Blind, presents a webcast on transition children and youth who are blind or visually impaired, including those who are...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Ana Lucia Rago
In this webcast Ana Lucia Rago shares her experience in developing inclusive educational programs in Brazil.  She talks about the process and the partnerships required to develop a successful...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Boy using abacus
The most recent issue of The Educator features articles from a number of our Asian partners and collagues.  We invite you to read the following, which may be of special interest: Transition...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Larry Campbell
In this webcast Larry Campbell discusses the "Education for All Initiative". Education for All Children with Visual Impairment (EFA-VI) is a global campaign and program of the International Council...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins
Youth in India visit market
This article from Perkins International describes Sobti, which is a Vocational Training Program in India, started by a group of parents.  Students learn to create numerous items including artificial...
Posted by Charlotte@Perkins

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