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Good-Lite "Leo Learns by Doing" DVD
The Good-Lite Leo Learns by Doing DVD is a helpful tool for people who interact with visually impaired children. Parents, caregivers, relatives, teachers, doctors and any other person who would like to contribute to the connections with a visually impaired child will find this information extremely valuable. This video tells a story about a visually impaired little boy named Leo, and his parents, who visit with his vision teacher. The teacher shares step-by-step techniques with Leo's parents to help Leo develop and strengthen his nonvisual senses and skills. This award-winning video is a short 17 minutes, but in that short time the positive impact it can make will be everlasting. Taking care of and providing optimistic feedback to visually impaired infant or child can be difficult. A visually impaired child will need to interact with their surrounding environment differently than a fully sighted child. Techniques are available to help build and refine the nonvisual senses and skill in a child with vision impairment as they start to develop from infancy to early toddler years. Early intervention is crucial to successful development and growing in a visually impaired child.
- The Leo Learns by Doing DVD, from the Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired, Finland, won a Silver Award in the 2011 WorldMediaFestival in Germany.
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