|A. Early years|
Children with visual impairment
· Help your child with low vision and blindness (2006). Namita Jacob; The Hesperian Foundation.
One page per theme; see also www.chetana.org.in and www.eyeway.org.
▪ Help me learn the confidence (English 170 KB)
§ Help me discover the world (English 141 KB)
§ Help your child see more easily (English 81 KB)
§ Help me learn about new things (English 152 KB)
See also (available for free download online): Helping children who are blind (2000).
Sandy Niemann and Namita Jacob; The Hesperian Foundation. A book for parents of
children with visual impairment.
· أريـنـي مـا يستطيع اصدقائي رؤيته
Show me what my friends can see
1991, Patricia Sonksen and Blanche Stiff. A short book for parents of children with visual
impairment. Available in Arabic at the library of the German-Jordanian University for 2.50
JDs (purchase in person only contact Christa Muhaidat tel.: 06 530 0666 ext. 240).
The Arabic version of the book can also be ordered from Dr Ebtisam Al Alawi, Ministry of Health, Bahrain (firstname.lastname@example.org) ISBN 99901-04-84-0.
· عالمي الصغير
Flyer to guide the parents of young children with visual impairment on how to organize a closed play space for their child to discover.
April 2009, Nawal Othman and Fadya Abu Sqair. Project for the Vision Rehabilitation Program, German-Jordanian University (2 pages, 2 MB).
· بعض النصائح لأهالي الأطفال ذوي الاعتلال البصري
Advices for parents of young children with visual impairment. Text: Salma Abd-Aljaber, Suzan Al-Nadi, Nathalie Bussieres, Shaden Elewat, Namita Jacob and Naemeh Suleiman. Drawings and graphic design: Amer Daboub (1 page A3, 283 KB).
· دليل نمو وتطور طفلك
Checklist for growing children (In English)
2007, Based on various internet sources; collective work, Jordan. A starting point to follow up the
development of normal children. Arabic and English 60 KB.
· صور أطفال
Development photographs (80.6 MB or 2,6 MB)
1980’s, UNICEF India. A series of pictures that illustrates different stages of
development in young children. Captions are in Arabic and English.