Episode: Challenges of a Parent Who is Visually Impaired


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Challenges of a Parent Who is Visually Impaired
Join us as Seminars@Hadley presents "Challenges of a Parent Who is Visually Impaired." Unique obstacles are common among parents who are visually impaired compared to their sighted peers. Join us as Seminars@Hadley discusses common issues and strategies used by others. Discuss ways to monitor your children's safety, help them with homework, manage transportation, and more. Presenters include L. Penny Rosenblum, Ph.D. and Hadley instructor Susan Melrose.

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