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Conceptualisation

A term as concept is a class or category of objects with similar characteristics. Building concepts help us to understand the world and to discover new unknown things. Blind and partially sighted children are more challenged in their conceptualisation. Many things as e. g. the following help children in understanding the world better:

 

-        Encouragement and engagement of automotive - and self motivated motions

-        Support in gaining new and various experiences

-        Acquiring of touching and feeling strategies

-        Intensive verbal support in the children’s skill - and language learning process - examples of  Actually learned terms should permanently be available and accessible

-        Designing and execution of tasks which improving children’s ability of

-        categorizing, description and titling of objects

Conceptualisation

Development of symbolic game

Insights from developmental psychology tell us how the development of blind children can be promoted with good materials and books.

Development of symbolic game

Recommendations for parents of blind children

For a good concept development parents should give their blind children access to as much as posible experiences of mooving, listening and touching in their environment.

Recommendations for parents of blind children

Recommendations for Parents of Multiply Handicapped Children with Visual Impairment

For a good concept development parents should give their multiply handicaped children access to as much experiences of mooving, listening and touching in their environment.

Recommendations for Parents of Multiply Handicapped Children with Visual Impairment

Recommendations for Parents of Partially Sighted Children

For a good concept development parents should give their partially sighted children access to as much experiences of mooving, seeing, listening and touching in their environment.

Recommendations for Parents of Partially Sighted Children

Cognition, language and social development

Cognition, language and social development - Basic information

Cognition, language and social development

Mangold Braille Program: Tactile Perception and Braille Letter Recognition

The Mangold Braille Program for tactile recognition consists of two training levels. The first level intends to train the tactile perception and the recognition of symbols, surfaces and geometric shapes to a child. The second level of the program is focusing on teaching children in the use of the Braille alphabet.

Mangold Braille Program: Tactile Perception and Braille Letter Recognition

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