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Parents' Perceptions of Professional Support for the Emergent Literacy of Young Children with Visual Impairments — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This survey explored the emergent literacy experiences that parents provided for their children with visual impairments, aged 1–8, as well as the parents' perceptions of the professional support that they received to facilitate these activities. The results indicated that the parents and children engaged in reading, singing songs, and writing or scribbling most frequently.


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