Social Interaction

The ability to make and enjoy social relationships is the foundation of social skills.  Children with visual impairments can not learn social skills by observing others.  Facial expressions, body language, and gestures can not be seen.  Children need direct and purposeful instruction in social skills in structured and real life situations. 

1 Feelings Faces 3770
2 Social Interaction in the Expanded Core Curriculum 3429

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