Early Social Skills in Babies and Young Children with Vision Impairment Course

Course objective:

To develop an understanding of the importance of developing and nurturing early social skills including how to use a practical planned approach to do this.

Course covers:

  • The importance of developing and nurturing social skills in the early years to support later positive social interactions and experiences
  • Practical suggestions to support the emotional well being of the child and their family
  • Mapping of the Developmental Journal for Babies and Young Children with Visual Impairments to the Early Years Foundation Stage and links both to the Benchmarks set out by Sharon Sacks, author of many books on teaching children with visual impairments social skills
  • Ideas and practical suggestions for supporting the development of social skills in babies and young children, through play and structured social skills programmes for the early years setting

Related courses: Positive Approaches to Early Numeracy for Children with SEND/VI; Creative Approaches to Literacy
Related products: Everyday Objects and Matching Picture Cards, Reasonable Adjustments Charter Pack

 

 

Testimonials:

‘Great content, thank you. I work with families in their home and have taken away some very useful information and ideas for new resources’

‘Excellent, informative and practical, ready to use immediately’

‘Excellent presentation, and given on a level everyone could understand’ – Teachers of VI/Teaching assistants of VI – East Midlands