Category: Orientation and Mobility

1st Grade IEP- Parent Concerns

| August 25, 2012

We are still working on finishing up Lyra’s IEP for this year.  Hopefully we will have the final version completed by the end of next week.  The following is what I wrote to be included in the “Parent Concerns” and “Plans for the Future” sections of her IEP. ________________________________________________ Lyra is a sweet, caring, and […]

Orientation & Mobility Assessment- 2 years 10 months old

| April 15, 2009

This is the written report of Lyra’s Orientation and Mobility Assessment completed on March 11th. lyra-om-re-eval-share

Update on Vision and Motor Skill- 20 months

| January 31, 2008

Lyra wears her glasses now all the time, rarely taking them off except for at night. This is wonderful, however now they are nearly too small for her. They are beginning to leave marks on her nose where they are too tight, and they barely reach over her ears. This STINKS! I can’t believe we […]

Orientation and Mobility Assessment

| November 24, 2007

  Lyra had her first Orientation and Mobility assessment on October 16th. She was 17 months old. I had been and still am doing a lot of research on Orientation and Mobility, and the benefits of the services to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Orientation and mobility(O&M) is 3 things: knowing where you are, knowing where […]

O & M Patrol

| April 30, 2007

  On Saturday March 31st, my husband Troy and I participated in a training session through the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired called O&M(orientation and mobility) Patrol. The goals were to get an idea of what its like to live with low vision and to gain a better understanding of various ways to improve […]