Games adapted for children with visual impairment or with blindness

Elia sees great importance in promoting toddlers and children with visual impairments or with blindness and making the games accessible to them to encourage participation, independence, personal development and enjoyment.
Over time the toddler grows and develops and accordingly his needs and abilities develop and change, so that each time, we will adjust the toddler’s play and activity needs to the developmental stage he is in.

For the full booklet and recommendations for custom games download the file:
 
Development of play and games adapted for children (early childhood) with visual impairment or with blindness 
In this booklet we will address the stages of game development, questions about what need the games meet, what is their contribution to the development of the baby, about types of games recommended for children and babies with visual or blindness.

Their importance to the infant or toddler with visual impairment, and how we parents and professionals can help them get the most out of learning and learning from the games.
Puzzles and shape-matching games
It is important to choose a puzzle adapted for children with visual impairments, color, size adjustments, the contours of the shape are highlighted, rest easy to hold the attached handle and try to fit the place.

The various shapes are scattered over a large area, requiring the toddler to perform a scan over a larger area on the sides.

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