National Institute for the
Blind; 224 Great
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
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.
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
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
See? University Park
Wyman R (1986) Multiply
Handicapped Children. Souvenir Press, London.