Karen Blankenship’s Advice on Self-Determination Skills
Karen has been a teacher of students who are blind or visually impaired since 1976. She is currently one of the professional co-chairs for the National Agenda and the chair person of the itinerant division of the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER). Instruction in the Expanded Core Curriculum is one of her passions.
Karen’s Advice on Self-Determination Skills
- Three Things Parents Should Know About Self-Determination Skills
- What Can Families Do at Home to Support Self-Determination Skills?
- What Can Professionals Do to Help Parents Teach Their Child Self-Determination Skills?
- What Are the Benefits of Parent/Professional Collaboration on Self-Determination Skills?