Children with partial sight
Provided they have some understanding of what this handicap signifies. There are still far too many people who have an entirely false idea; who believe that clumsiness, insecurity and dependence are typical of visually impaired
Children with partial sight presents a very different picture. People who are confronted with a handicap endeavor to find a new balance from which further development is possible. And most visually impaired people succeed in doing this - with or without expert assistance. People can live with a visual impairment and it need not stand in the way of their happiness.
Children with partial sight is about children who have no other serious handicaps in addition to the visual impairment. It covers the childhood and teenage years into young adulthood, tracing the various developmental phases from birth through to the social establishment of the visually impaired adult. It offers the parents of visually impaired children a glimpse of the future, so that they can get some idea of what the future may hold for themselves and their children. The book can also help parents in their contacts with the professional care agencies.
- Diety Gringhuis
- Jo Moonen
- Paula van Woudenberg
ISBN: 90 71534 41 3