IEP Plan : ECC Games for Visually Impaired Students
ObjectiveEd.com is our new company where we are building ECC interactive simulations for blind and low vision students, based on a child’s Individual Educational Plan.
The child’s progress in acquiring skills in these ECC-based games are maintained in a private secure cloud, available to the school team in a web-based console .
If you are a Special Ed Director , press for additional details on learning about these types of games as a tool for maximizing student outcomes, relating to their
RTI plan .
Last week, I received an email from Jim H. telling me how much he enjoyed some of my games and that he thought the Talking Information Center interview was very cool.
He went on to say that he has mild cerebral palsy, and plays Blindfold Pinball on a slow level, and really likes that game. He said there aren’t that many games available on the App Store that can be slowed down to accommodate coordination limitations.
Last week, he told me that now Blindfold Air Hockey is his favorite game – it too can be adjusted for player speed. He thought there might be other people with Cerebral Palsy that would enjoy the games, and we talked about posting some inquires on related Facebook groups
I asked to join one such group, and was approved the next day, and posted the inquiry. Within a few hours, I had about a dozen likes, and two people commented. If you know of people who need games that can be slowed down as an accommodation, please contact me. I will start ramping up the effort to join many of the Cerebral Palsy Facebook groups, similar to what I do with several Facebook Blind and Low Vision groups. We post each blog to about 20 Facebook groups.