Spacial Orientation Of Children With Visual Impairments In Families
Keywords:preschool children with visual impairment, development, orientation, mobility, skills, education, family
The current study presents the main directions, theoretical and practical ways of development of spatial orientation of the preschool children with visual impairments, and its necessity within the family life condition. The aim of the research is to elaborate means, methods and conditions of their application for spatial orientation development of the preschool children with visual impairments for their parents and families. As a result, parents of preschool children with visual impairments were provided with appropriate knowledge and skills.
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