The Developmental journal for babies and children with visual impairment is a comprehensive pack consisting of:
An explanation of what the material is for and how to use it. We recommend you read this first.
These describe typical patterns of development for young children with visual impairment in five main areas of development: communication, social-emotional, play and learning, movement and mobility, and self-care.
Used to summarise what a child is doing, based on information collected in stages 1-5.
A booklet to support activity to improve vision and chart progress.
A booklet about the development of young children with a visual impairment and advice about toys, materials and strategies for helping.
More ideas for you and your child if things aren't progressing in the way expected.
Terms used in the journal.
Ideas for things to do to help a child's development.
Activities to support vision.
Suggestions about resources to help children with different levels of sight.