Written by Rebecca Truce, M.S. in Child Development, Early Childhood Emphasis Reposted from earlychildhoodeducationdegree.org In the realm of early childhood development, ensuring every child’s access to resources that facilitate their growth, learning, and exploration is paramount. For children who are
Why do leaders need mental health first aid techniques? Today, we are leading anxious workforces, with many employees grappling with stressors such as social isolation, inflation, an uncertain economic outlook, the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and rapid technological
Ease the pain of returning from vacation. As much as we all need vacations, the day or week after a vacation often leaves us wondering whether the joy of vacation is worth the pain of returning to work. Between the email backlog,
If your organization is a COSB member, then please consider applying for one or more of the grants listed below. If you know of a transition age student at a COSB school or agency, please pass along the following scholarship
Every school and agency member of the Council of Schools and Services for the Blind strives to serve students through promoting dignity, independence and the best practices in education. Every school and agency will reach out to students and their families
Wearable Vision Event at TSBVI This article describes an event and a program model that took place over two years ago and could be customized to meet your campus needs. Submitted by Cindy Bachofer, PhD, CLVT TSBVI Low Vision Consultant
It turns out, lots of people have interesting preconceived notions about what a school for the blind does and how it supports students.