6Further Information: Royal National Institute for the Blind; 224 Great Portland Street, London W1N 6AP

Eye Contact

available from RNIB gives useful ideas for there working with visually and multiply disabled young people.

Information Exchange

is a useful regular publication, giving ideas on use of sound and other senses. Formerly published by the Royal National Institute for the Blind, it is now available from:- Royal Schools for the Deaf; Stanley Road,Cheadle Hume,Cheshire SK8 6RF

Best A

(1987) Steps to Independence. BIMH, London.

Longhorn F

(1988) A Sensory Curriculum for Very Special People: a practical approach to curriculum planning. Human Horizon Series, Souvenir Press. (Ch.5:108-127)

Kekelis LChernus S & Mansfield M

(1984) Talk to me: a language guide for parents of blind children. Los Angeles: Blind Children's Foundation.

Brown D Simmons V & Methven J

(1986) OR Project. The Oregon Project for Visually Impaired and Blind Pre school Children. Jackson County Education Series.

Ferrell KA

(1986) Reach Out and Teach: Meeting the training needs of parents of visually and multiply handicapped young children. American Foundation for the Blind, New York.

Scott EP

(1972) Can't Your Child See? University Park Press, London.

Wyman R

(1986) Multiply Handicapped Children. Souvenir Press, London.