A Report On Visual Handicaps Of Partially Seeing Children

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participation of partially seeing students in the regular classroom program. 188. KERBY, C. EDITH. A Report on Visual Handicaps of Partially Seeing Chil-dren, Exceptional Children, XVIII (February, 1952), 137-42. Analyzes data supplied by supervisors and teachers of 7,310 partially seeing children. The majority of defects are developmental,

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Children with multiple handicaps ( blind and orthopaedic, hearing impaired and Orthopaedic, educable mentally retarded and orthopaedic, visual impaired and mild hearing impaired) A three- member assessment team comprising of a doctor, a psychologist and a special educator is formed and their assessment report recommends whether a

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12. Eliza is a ninth-grade student who will soon return to school after suffering a moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a bicycle accident.

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Initial Location of Partially Seeing Subjects. ossee s Request for Permission to Test Students in Fall, 1964. OO OO Follow-up to Locate Students to be Tested in Fall, 1964. Correction Factors for Metropolitan Achievement Test Best MAT Results for Partially Seeing Children. Definitions of Categories of Visual Acuity in This Study

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Seeing, which can be sub-divided into blind and partially sighted people. It is estimated by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) that there are almost two million people in Great Britain with a significant sight loss.


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Schools and classes for exceptional children.

partially sighted children of school age in the United States. They estimated that 80% of the nation s children had normal vision, 19.75% had correctible eye defects,.2% were partially sighted (lin 500) and.05%were blind (lin 2,000). TheUnited States report of 1940indicates that43 statespro-vide for the education of blind or partially seeing

Selected References from the Literature on Exceptional Children

Reading to Partially Seeing Children, Sight-Saving Review, XXI (Fall, 1951), 150-60. Presents modern reading programs for partially seeing children, utilizing special supplementary aids. 181. HACKBUSCH, FLORENTINE. Psycho-logical Study of Partially Seeing and Children with Other Visual Problems, Sight-Saving Review, XX (Fall, 1950), 157-62.

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are separated into the hard of hearing and the deaf, children with visual handicaps are lumped into a single category, thus blurring the important distinction between the blind and the partially seeing child. In addi-tion, while some classifications in the legislation are referred to as impairments, others are classified as handicaps.