Orientation and Mobility

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  Week - I   1. Effect of visual impairment on growth and development: Physical, Motor, Language, Socio-emotional, and Cognitive development 2. Effects of Visual Impairment on Personality Development - Verbalism & Mannerism 3. What is Orientation and Mobility?   Week - II   4. Orientation and Mobility - Definition, Importance and Scope 5. Basic Terminologies Associated with O&M: Trailing, Landmarks, Clues, Cues, Shoreline, Squaring Off, Clockwise Direction, Sound Masking, Sound Shadow 6. Roles of Other Senses in O&M Training   Week- III   7. Orientation and Mobility for low vision children 8. Addressing orientation, mobility & educational needs of students with deaf-blindness 9. Special Responsibilities of Special Teacher/Educator with reference to O&M Training   Week - IV   10. Blindfold - Rationale and Uses for the Teacher 11. Human-Sighted Guide Techniques   Week - V   12. a) Cane Travel Techniques and Devices Part - 1 13. b) Cane Travel Techniques and Devices Part - 2   Week - VI   14. Independent living skills - Meaning, Importance, Components 15. Training in Independent Living Skills - Self Care, Gait and Posture, Personal Grooming, Eating Skills and Etiquette, Identification of Coins and Currency Notes & Basics of Signature Writing 16. Daily living skills - assessment of needs and techniques of teaching age appropriate daily living skills   Week - VII   17. Sensory efficiency - importance and procedures for training auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory, kinaesthetic senses and residual vision 18. Techniques of teaching social interaction skills, leisure and recreation skills and self -determination 19. Adaptation of Physical education activities and Yoga   Week - VIII   20. Adaptation of Games and Sports - both Indoor and Outdoor 21. Agencies for sports -Visually Impaired