a program of Blind Children’s Learning Center, teaches visually impaired and typically developing children by combining developmental and academic curriculums to meet state standards.
The curriculum for visually impaired students focuses on early Braille skills, sensory development, mobility training, low-vision stimulation, and individual academic and developmental goals.
The curriculum for typically developing students focuses on academic standards, meeting developmental milestones, Kindergarten readiness skills, and social emotional development.
This highly inclusive environment builds a strong foundation for future success by giving all children the confidence to move through the world independently. It becomes difficult to tell the visually impaired and typically developing students apart because both share the same spirit of independence.