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Orientation and Mobility instruction teaches individuals who are blind or visually impaired how to travel safely and independently.

Orientation and Mobility for Children Who are Deafblind

Orientation and Mobility for Visually Impaired Persons with Multiple Disabilities Including Deaf-Blindness

Orientation and Mobility Instruction Tutorial

The Importance of Orientation and Mobility Skills for Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

Almost 100 Motor Activities For Infants and Toddlers

Let's Make that Functional, Let's Move!: An Let's Keep that Body and Brain in Sync

More on Orientation & Mobility

Mutiple Impairments/Visually Impaired O&M Checklist

O & M Materials Bibliography

Orientation & Mobility for Travelers who are Deaf-Blind

Orientation & Mobility Programs

Orientation And Mobility (O&M): The Early Years Of Infancy Through PreschoolTexas School for the Blind

Orientation and Mobility - Dona Sauerburger Website

Orientation and Mobility Training for Students Who Are Deafblind: Going Beyond the Blue Book

Reflections on Collaboration in Orientation and Mobility (O&M): A Mother, Her Son, and Their O&M Instructor Share Thoughts and Experiences

TDPB Evaluation and the Young Child Who is Deafblind: Assessing Orientation and Mobility Skills

The Roots of Orientation And Mobility: Birth to Three Years

Using Routines In Orientation And Mobility Lessons To Encourage Purposeful Movement With Infants And Toddlers

Using the Teaching Cane Strategy with Children who are Deaf-Blind

Wheelchair Mobility & Orientation Webcast

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