Gwyneth McCormack of Positive Eye is delivering two webinars next week on behalf of the Kentucky Deaf Blind Project, Southeast States and the Helen Keller National Center. These are suitable for anyone working with children with vision impairment and children with vision impairment and additional needs. Gwyn’s enthusiasm always shines through and she has been delivering free story and craft sessions in the UK to families since the start of the Covid epidemic three times per week.
Gwyn is offering these seminars to UK parent/carers for free - the seminars below are perfect for parent/carers and this is a rare opportunity for them to access training like this at no cost.
A sparkly box of lovely learning ideas
Building a solid foundation of literacy access skills and fun experiences from infancy is critical for children with a sensory need. A brief understanding of these skills, along with practical ideas and resources to incorporate and promote fun, creative child-centered approaches to literacy, will offer inspiration from the sparkly box of lovely learning ideas.
A sparkly box of stories
An inclusive, theme-based approach will support us to consider how to extend literacy opportunities through a story based in an everyday experience.