The sensory aspects of the courses would be beneficial to any child; the information that is shared is priceless.
— Jean, WA
Adolescents and adults who have lost the ability to use print need help transitioning to braille. Braille literacy allows individuals to understand information and communicate with others. For example, literacy skills help with building social skills, finding work, living independently, and raising a family. This course provides you with the tools and information you need to help prepare adolescents and adults who are visually impaired to become literate in braille.
Prerequisite: successful completion of Introduction to Braille or proficient knowledge in reading and writing Uncontracted Braille.
Maximum Completion Time: 3 1/2 months
Credit: 2 CEUs
Tuition: NO CHARGE
10 Clock Hours approved by The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC), valid through 12/31/2014, #11392586172