Anastasia is Blind Due to

Midas Syndrome (Light Perception)

  FEATURED VIDEO     February 26, 2019

Walking independently down the school hallway at a good pace.

Before pediatric belt cane

May 20, 2018

Walks with push toy during an O&M lesson.

One minute video before & after 

 

Compare push toy to belt cane! With push toy, she leans over and can walk away. With belt cane she stands up tall and always has her feedback.

May 20, 2018

Plays in playroom.

June 20, 2018

Walks with push toy during an O&M lesson.

July 19, 2018

Walks with push toy during an O&M lesson.

With belt cane

February 2, 2018

Walks through a door into her classroom and locates a chair with her belt cane.

October 3, 2018

Walking down school hallway wearing a costume.

  FEATURED VIDEO     February 26, 2019

Walking independently down the school hallway at a good pace.

June 3, 2019

Walks through a door into her classroom and locates a chair with her belt cane.

  FEATURED VIDEO     July 19, 2018

Anastasia' (40 months) walking with orientation and mobility specialist to the playground.

Becky Hommer, orientation and mobility specialist, mom and grandma discuss the belt cane (aka toddler cane) for a two-year-old student who is blind due to Midas Syndrome.

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