Early Intervention Professionals and Families Recommend the Pediatric Belt Cane
Madison's (32 months) mom and dad discuss their experiences with the pediatric belt cane aka toddler cane.
Theresa Lehman, teacher of learners with visual impairments discussed the benefits of the belt cane for a four-year-old student with cortical visual impairment.
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.
Debbie Organ physical therapist to pediatric patients for over 35 years discusses the benefits of the pediatric belt cane for a three-year-old multiply impaired student with cortical visual impairment.
-A candid family interview provides background and explains why they chose a pediatric belt cane for two-year-old Jaxon.
Rosemary Williams is a TVI/O&M specialist discusses the benefits of the pediatric belt cane for a three-year-old multiply impaired student with cortical visual impairment.
A family interview with Jaxon's mother and grandmother continues
Interview of mom of 2-year-old Charna who is blind and has worn her belt cane for over a year.
In brief - Rosemary CVI toy recommendation
-Rosemary Williams TVI/O&M and special education teacher shows off a few of her favorite finds for working with children with CVI.