Peabody-Model-Vision-Project-for-Blind-Students-(PVMP)

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peabody model vision project for blind students (pvmp)

The Peabody Model Vision Project is one of the most widely-recognized resources for providing an effective program for multi-disabled, visually-impaired children. It consists of seven publications and associated forms, which may be reproduced.

ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY
33857 Peabody Model Vision Project
$165.00
33857F PMVP Master Forms & Permission to Reproduce 50
$60.00
33856 Functional Vision Inventory (Forms not included)
$45.00
33856F Functional Vision Inventory Reproducible Masters for 50
$60.00
33855 Assessment of Multi-Handicapped Visually-Impaired Children
$50.00

 

Provides resources for the instructor of multi- handicapped, visually-impaired children and youth.
R. Harley, R. DuBose, S. Bourgeault and Beth Langley

The Peabody Model Vision Project is one of the most widely-recognized resources for providing an effective program for multi-handicapped, visually-impaired children. It consists of seven publications and associated forms, which may be reproduced.

  1. Readings in Orientation and Mobility for Severely and Profoundly Handicapped Children with Visual Impairment — Orientation/mobility techniques, adapted techniques, developing mobility in and out of the classroom.
  2. A Model Field Service Delivery System — The Public Day School Component of the Model Vision Project–Development of instructional services for severely multi-handicapped, visually-impaired students.
  3. Parent Involvement — Discusses the feelings and problems encountered by families; considerations for involving parents in the education of the child.
  4. Working with Parents of Visually-Impaired, Multi-Handicapped Infants in a Classroom Setting — Perceptions, perspectives and techniques of working with parents participating in an infant intervention program.
  5. A Guide to Developing a Classroom Curriculum for Visually- Impaired, Multi-Handicapped Infants — Samples the of specific strategies and materials used in curriculum planning and implementation.
  6. Assessment of Multi-Handicapped, Visually-Impaired Children — Formal and informal methods and assessments of cognitive, language, motor, socialization, prevocational and self-care development.
  7. Functional Vision Inventory — Development of, and specific procedures, materials and behaviors associated with, assessment of functional vision in multi-handicapped children. Suggests activities for developing visual efficiency.