Why is it difficult helping those with multiple impairments learn? One reason for this generally speaking occurs because each disability affects the other one. Consequently, a child with more than one develops differently from someone with a single disability. For example visual impairment will impact on autism and visa-versa. However, s/he will have,
S/he may therefore need to,
Helping a multi disabled child learn will prevent her or him becoming more dependent. By giving a learner activities which are important to the family and community gives a child dignity. It also makes it possible for her or him to,
When a child learns these activities it becomes easier for her or his family and community to,
You can help a child or young person by doing activities that,
That will increase her or his,
Ways of addressing multiple disability and a visual impairment are set out in books available from Families and SEN.