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'Physical Education and Health'. In Foundations of Education, Second Edition, Volume II (Cost) C. Farrenkopf and D. McGregor Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
website Report a problem!
Description: This chapter thoroughly discusses Physical Education for those with visual impairments and gives techniques and modifications to use for implementation.
AbleData N/A Compensatory/Access, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Studies, 
Technology
Adapted PE, 
Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Low Vision Devices, 
Products
website Report a problem!
Description: This website is devoted to providing objective information on all types of assistive technology for all types of people with disabilities.
Ableplay N/A Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Play, 
Toys
website Report a problem!
Description: This website provides research and ratings for hundreds of toys that can be given to children with various disabilities.
Access Sports: A Model For Adapting Mainstream Sports Activities For Individuals With Visual Impairments P. E. Ponchillia Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Instructional Strategies
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: The AccessSports Model (ASM) was designed to adapt activities. The model allows professionals who have a basic knowledge of visual impairment and who know something about mainstream sports to analyze any sports activity by investigating three of the game's components: (a) the targets or goals in the sport, (b) its boundaries, and (c) its rules. RE:View, Vol. XXVII, Number 1, Spring 1995. Pp. 5-14.
Accessible World N/A Independent Living, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Technology
Accessible Books, 
Recreation, 
Recreational Reading
website Report a problem!
Description: Accessible World provides information through internet resources for blind consumers on a mryiad of topics.
Adapted PE for the Blind and Visually Impaired K. Letcher Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Instructional Strategies
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: A list of modifications is given in addition to conditions to consider and actual accomodations for mainstream activities and games.
Adapted Physical Education and Recreation. A Multidisciplinary Approach (Cost) C. Sherrill Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
book Report a problem!
Description: A comprehensive resource for teachers and non-teachers working with visually impaired children including those with disabilities in recreational activities.
Adapted Physical Education: Project Inspire Fact Sheets N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
website Report a problem!
Description: This fact sheet includes quick tips for adapting physical education activities and defines different types of visual impairments.
Adaptive PE Games for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI YouTube Video) N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games
website Report a problem!
Description: An instructor from TSBVI shows equipment that she purchased from local stores and how she adapts them for games for blind and visually impaired students.
American Printing House for the Blind Instructional Products Catalog & Parts Catalog (APH Quota) N/A Arts, 
Assessment, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies, 
Technology, 
Vision and Visual Impairments
Products website Report a problem!
Description: APH is the premiere vendor of materials used for instructing visually impaired students.(Many items available free of charge to local school districts through Texas quota funds.)
Can Do! Series (Cost) N/A Compensatory/Access, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction
Concept Development, 
Early Intervention, 
Low Vision, 
Tactual Sensitivities
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Description: This is a series of 11 DVDs for those working with young children with visual impairments. It is also parent friendly.
Creative Recreation for Blind and Visually Impaired Adults I. Ludwig, 
L. Luxton & 
M. Attomre
Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Arts and Crafts, 
Instructional Strategies
book Report a problem!
Description: This booklet offers information about a variety of recreational activities. Suggestions are included for hints for those wanting to adapt favorite leisure activities.
EVALS: Evaluating Visually Impaired Students (Cost) N/A Assessment, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies, 
Technology
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Support, 
Program Planning, 
Signature Writing, 
Student Data, 
Tactile Graphics, 
Teaching Basic Number Facts and Operation, 
Teaching Mathematical Concepts, 
Vision Efficiency Training, 
Vocational Education Training, 
Writing Skills
kit Report a problem!
Description: 'Evaluation of students with VI is a complex, multi-faceted process of gathering info. using appropriate tools & techniques. Informal evaluation should be considered an essential supplement to the use of formal measures and published instruments. In order to determine curricular focus and plan effective instructional programming for students, the staff must know a student's levels of functioning in all areas of academic and unique need.'
Everybody Plays! How Kids with Visual Impairments Play Sports (APH Quota) C. L. Aillaud & 
L. Lieberman
Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Sports/Games
book Report a problem!
Description: This storybook written for the student, follows a youngster to sports camp where he experiences first hand, many accessible games and activities that are played by students with visual impairments.
Exceptional Teaching Aids (Cost) N/A Arts, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Toys
website Report a problem!
Description: This is a catalog of products specifically for teaching the visually impaired.
Fit for Life J. Butcher Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Instructional Strategies article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: Written by a blind PE instruction, Ms. Butcher discusses the importance of movement and ways that she has made sure her students are increasing their physical activity.
Fitness for Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired or Deafblind L. Leibermann Deafblind, 
Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Play
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: A leader in the field of physical education for those with sensory disabilities discusses specific sports and activities and how they can be modified and adapted for students.
Fred's Head Blog N/A Arts, 
Assessment, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies, 
Technology, 
Vision and Visual Impairments
Instructional Support, 
Training and Tutorials
website Report a problem!
Description: This website provides tips, tutorials, articles, and information for those who are visually impaired and those who work with them.
Functional Academic Curriculum for Exceptional Students (F.A.C.E.S.) N/A Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies
Curricula, 
Functional Math, 
Functional Skills, 
Instruction of Adventitiously Blind, 
Instruction of Personal Management, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
kit Report a problem!
Description: This curriculum covers math, science, social studies, physical health and vocational skills (elementary to high school) for students with moderate to severe disabilities. (Not VI specific)
Games For People with Sensory Impairments - Strategies for Including People of All Ages (Cost) L. Lieberman & 
Jim Cowart
Deafblind, 
Family Resources, 
MIVI, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Self Determination
Adapted PE, 
Family Resources, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support, 
Recreation
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Description: This book provides facilitators with 70 games that sensory disabled people can play. The activities offered in this book can all be presented to students who are sensory impaired with multiple disabilities within a regular physical education curriculum, or to adults with sensory impairments in any recreational setting.
Independent Living: A Curriculum with Adaptations for Students with Visual Impairments (Cost) R. Loumiet & 
N. Levack
Arts, 
Assessment, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Independent Living, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Self Determination, 
Social Interaction
Adapted PE, 
Adolescents, 
Choice and Decision Making, 
Communication, 
Curricula, 
Elementary
book Report a problem!
Description: A curriculum used for assessment, teaching and evaluating students in these areas: social skills, self care and leisure skills. It is designed for students from school age to adulthood who will live independently or with minimal assistance.
Iowa Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) Resource Guide K. Blankenship, 
et. al.
Assessment, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Early Childhood, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Technology
Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Auditory Skills, 
Documenting Progress, 
Eligibility, 
Functional Vision Evaluation, 
IEP, 
IEP Prep, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Learning Media Assessment, 
Program Planning, 
Student Data, 
Student Observation
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Description: An incredibly thorough tool written for TVIs and COMS to help instruct, assess, plan and evaluate in all areas of the ECC.
JVIB (Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness) Subject Index for Articles (Cost) N/A Assessment, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies, 
Technology, 
Vision and Visual Impairments
Instructional Support website Report a problem!
Description: This is a current list of articles available for download, indexed by subject area.
LS&S Group (Cost) N/A Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Technology
Family Resources, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Low Vision Devices, 
Low Vision Solutions
website Report a problem!
Description: This is a catalog of products promoting independence of people with visual impairments.
Major Sports and Recreation Resources P. Ponchillia Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Activities for High School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Recreation
Word document Report a problem!
Description: The author provides an extensive list of resources for sports and recreation. Equipment, programs, camps for a multitude of sports and activities is provided.
Me and My P.E. Teacher M. Williamson Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: A young blind woman reflects on a regular education PE teacher's impact on her life as he encouraged her and instructed her on how to participate in mainstream PE activities.
Movement and Fundamental Motor Skills for Sensory Deprived Children (Cost) L. E. Kratz, 
L. M. Tutt & 
D. A. Black
Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
book Report a problem!
Description: This book focuses on physical activity and fundamental motor skills for deafblind and visually impaired children.
Movement Without Sight: Physical Activities and Dance for the Visually Handicapped (Cost) L. E. Kratz Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Dance, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Strategies
book Report a problem!
Description: This book looks at the implications of movements for individuals without sight and gives information about teaching physical activity to children who are visually impaired.
Parent/Teacher Resource for Children with Sensory Impairments - promoting physical education and recreation N/A Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Games, 
Motor Involvement, 
Play, 
Recreation
website Report a problem!
Description: This website, housed by APH, is the result of a three year study that provides resources for the promotion of PE and recreational skills for students with visual impairments.
PE Central: The Premier Web Site for Health and Physical Educators N/A Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
website Report a problem!
Description: Website which includes entire section on adapted physical education with topics such as adaptations, common disabilities defined and IEP development.
Perkins School for the Blind - Products (Cost) N/A Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Technology
Braille Writing, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support, 
Products
website Report a problem!
Description: Producer of various types of instructional aids and resources for families and professionals.
Physical Activities for VI Youth M. Artido & 
J. Roberts
Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Activities for High School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies
Word document Report a problem!
Description: A great resource that presents many issues regarding getting visually impaired students involved with physical education and recreation and leisures. Ideas are given on how to modify different activities and suggestions are also given on indoor and outdoor activities. From Denmark. E-mail: julprause@hotmail.com
Physical Education and Recreation for Blind and Visually Impaired Students A. Montagnino Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Games, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Sports/Games
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: Written by an experienced educator of visually impaired students, the author gives countless tips for adapting all kinds of physical activities plus individual sports situations and games.
Physical Education for Students and Youth with Visual Impairments L. Tutt & 
B. Brasher
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources
CEC website Report a problem!
Description: Position Paper from the Division on Visual Impairments, Council for Exceptional Children supporting (sometimes adaptive) physical education for students with visual impairments
Popular Activities & Games for Blind,Visually Impaired & Disabled People (Cost) P. Rickards Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adapted PE, 
Family Resources, 
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Instructional Development, 
Instructional Planning, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
book Report a problem!
Description: This book for the professional and consumer, provides instruction for activities and games involving the visually impaired person.
Portable Sound Source, Sport Edition (APH Quota) N/A Physical Education Instructional Aids/Materials kit Report a problem!
Description: The Portable Sound Source allows one to 'create audio tones that provide directional cues for orientation and mobility, sound localization training, or playground games and sports.' Also included is a remote control.
Products for Physical Education from the American Printing House for the Blind (APH Quota) N/A Physical Education Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Sports/Games
website Report a problem!
Description: Catalog of products specifically designed for those with visual impairments and for instructional purposes of the population.
Shop Low Vision (Cost) N/A Assessment, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Technology
Instructional Aids/Materials, 
Low Vision Devices, 
Low Vision Solutions, 
Products
website Report a problem!
Description: Catalog of products promoting independence for the visually impaired consumer plus materials for the vision professional.
Some Thoughts About Physical Education and Blind Kids J. Ross Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Games
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: The editor of 'Future Refections' writes about the simple adaptations that his family and some of his teachers did in order to include him in many mainstream activities.
Sports Extravaganza N/A Family Resources, 
MIVI, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Recreation and Leisure
Play, 
Recreation
website Report a problem!
Description: Annual sporting event held every fall in Irving, Texas for blind and visually impaired children and youth ages 0-22. (Texas students only)
Suggested Modifications for Sports Activities C. Bridges Physical Education Adapted PE, 
Instructional Aids/Materials
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: Each activity is mentioned with different types of modifications for inclusion of visually impaired students.
Summer Programs Available at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired N/A Arts, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Self Determination, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction, 
Technology
Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 
Activities for High School Students, 
Adapted PE, 
Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Arts and Crafts, 
Camp, 
Cane Travel, 
Choice and Decision Making, 
Functional Skills, 
Games, 
Instruction of Personal Management, 
Recreation, 
Resources, 
Role Models/Mentors for Students, 
Self-Advocacy and Leadership, 
Transition/Future Planning, 
Vocational Education Training
website Report a problem!
Description: TSBVI offers summer programs that provide students with instruction in all areas of the ECC.  (Texas students only)
Teaching Jump Rope to Children with Visual Impairments (Cost) L. Leiberman, 
H. Schedlin & 
T. Pierce
Physical Education Motor Involvement article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: This article discusses the motor skills that many children with visual impairments are lacking and how teaching them to jump rope can improve overall physical performance.
Teaching Visually Impaired Children. 2nd Edition (Cost) V. E. Bishop Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Professional Resources, 
Science, 
Sensory Efficiency, 
Social Interaction
General Information, 
Instructional Support, 
Program Planning
book Report a problem!
Description: This book is a comprehensive resource for the classroom teacher who is working with a visually impaired child as well as a systematic overview of education for the specialist in visual disabilities.
Texas SenseAbilities Newsletter and See/Hear Archives N/A Arts, 
Assessment, 
Career Education and Transition, 
Compensatory/Access, 
Deafblind, 
Early Childhood, 
Family Resources, 
Independent Living, 
Math, 
MIVI, 
O&M, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure, 
Science, 
Self Determination, 
Social Interaction, 
Social Studies, 
Technology, 
Vision and Visual Impairments
Communication, 
Family Resources, 
Instructional Support, 
Resources
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: Publication for instuctors and families of visually impaired children including those with deafblindness and multiple disabilities. It contains current and relevant information for various topics from school to community to home. (Downloadable)
TSBVI Summer PE Classes N/A Family Resources, 
Physical Education
Camp, 
Family Resources, 
Games, 
Recreation
website Report a problem!
Description: TSBVI offers 3 different types of PE classes during the summer at different lengths. One is a SBOE course that a student can earn high school credits.
Walk/Run for Fitness Kit (APH Quota) N/A Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Instructional Aids/Materials kit Report a problem!
Description: This kit allows students to work on 'the five major components of fitness: cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength and body mass index. It includes a personal guidewire system, two talking pedometers and a should sling carrying back.'
Who Needs Sports? J. Robinson Deafblind, 
Family Resources, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation and Leisure
Recreation, 
Sports/Games
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: The Family Support Specialist from TSBVI talks about adaptions and resources for students and parents.