Visual / Perception Disabilities

These are the resources found under this topic.
  • WebAnywhere: A screen reader on the go- This screen reader, unlike the many others, operates online so there is no software to install, and it can be used from any web browser equipped with audio. It is not as fast or as sophisticated as a dedicated screen reader. It is handy for quickly testing how a screen reader will read your webpage.
  • A Parents Guide to Special Education for Children with Visual Impairments- A Parents Guide to Special Education for Children with Visual Impairments Susan LaVenture, Editor This handbook for parents, family members, and caregivers of children with visual impairments explains special education services that these children are likely to need and to which they are entitled and how to make sure that they receive them. Edited by the president of the National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments and written by experienced
  • Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped, NYS (CBVH)- The New York State Department of Family Services' CBVH provides rehabilitation services to individuals who are legally blind and reside in New York State.
  • Jeff Moyer - Songs of Inclusion- A visually impaired troubadour of inclusion. Powerful and fun songs. Music for the Heart.
  • Critical Link Between Vision and Learning- Website addresses the connection between vision and learning. Vision is a complex process that involves over 20 visual abilities and more than 65% of all the pathways to the brain. One in four children has an undiagnosed vision problem which can interfere with learning and lead to academic and/or behavioral problems.
  • See It Right- Assessment to identify and remediate visual perceptual problems caused by a sensitivity to light. This assessment is a cost-effective, dynamic program developed specifically for teachers and specialists who work with elementary students.