Multi-Sensory Impairment

Multi-Sensory Impairment Leaflet

How we support parents, carers and young people

Whether you are a parent, education staff or carer do you need ideas about resources to support sensory impaired children and young people's development and learning?

We can help you with handy ideas, tips and resources that support your child or young person as they grow and learn or signpost you to organisations that can help. Creating accessible materials encourages independent learning.

Examples of resources are:

  • Listening boxes for Deaf and hearing impaired children
  • Large print, braille or tactile resources for visually impaired children and young people
  • Sensory ideas to support multi-sensory impaired children and young people

Please contact us at Claire.Hayter@babcockinternational.com

We look forward to hearing from you!

Resources

Deafblind Alphabet

SENSE Resource

Making Play Inclusive - A Toolkit for Play Settings

SENSE Resource

Making Play Inclusive - A Toolkit for Parents

SENSE Resource

Multi-Sensory Support for Local Authorities and Schools

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