Special education teachers as well as regular education teachers need to be aware of basic terminology surrounding the visual impairment field of special education common types of visual impairments as well as the characteristics of visual impairments are essential classroom knowledge since there are many children suffering from vision problems in school systems across the country. A student is eligible for vision services if the impairment of vision interferes in access to a regular school program regardless of the acuity measurements students with a visual impairment are those whose vision interferes with functioning in or for preschool age children in learning tasks. In the early 1900s blind students began joining their local schools with assistance from trained special education teachers and today most visually impaired students attend regular school systems where they learn in classrooms with students who do not have visual impairments low vision in the classroom. A visual impairment is any visual condition that impacts an individuals ability to successfully complete the activities of everyday life students with visual impairments are infants toddlers children and youths who experience impairments of the visual system that impact their ability to learn. The western pennsylvania school for blind children provides residential services to students who are blind or visually impaired as well as outreach services and programs to babies toddlers and school age students with visual impairments attending their local schools
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