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Assisting visually impaired children: A French language guide

Aider les enfants ayant une déficience visuelle

Technique de guide:

Marchez un pas en avant de l’enfant que vous guidez. Si l’enfant est assez grand, laissez-le prendre votre coude avec sa main. S’il ne l’est pas, laissez-le vous tenir le poignet, ou même un doigt. Si vous êtes amis, ou le parent de l’enfant, vous pouvez lui tenir la main.

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