Home | RECC |

Resources for the Expanded Core Curriculum
 

Domain Search Results:  18 items found

Try Another RECC Search

You Searched for Domain: Independent Living

RECC Domain Results:  18 items found
Title Author Domain Category Media Problem?
Academics Are Not Enough: Incorporating Life Skills in the Curriculum for Children and Youth with Visual Impairments S. Rosen Independent Living, 
Professional Resources
CEC website Report a problem!
Description: Position Paper from the Division on Visual Impairments, Council For Exceptional Children supporting more intensive instruction in the area of independent life skills.
BiOptic Driving Network N/A Independent Living, 
O&M
Transportation website Report a problem!
Description: This website provides information regarding how bioptic driving works, what training is needed, how ADA covers bioptic drivers, and how regulations apply to those individuals.
Braille DateBook (APH Quota) N/A Independent Living Instructional Aids/Materials book Report a problem!
Description: This planner/organizer comes with braille paper, calendar pages, blank tabs, and a stylus.
Fashioneyesta Emily K Davidson Independent Living   website Report a problem!
Description: Emily K Davidson, a young woman with Septo Optic Dysplasia, founded Fashioneyesta in July 2012 in order to provide individuals with visual impairments with online fashion and personal appearance advice.
Finding Wheels: A Curriculum for Nondrivers With Visual Impairments for Gaining Control of Transportation Needs A. L. Corn & 
L. P. Rosenblum
Independent Living, 
O&M
Curricula, 
Personal Control and Individual Performance, 
Transportation
book Report a problem!
Description: This curriculum is designed for teachers, O&M specialists, and families to use with adolescents and young adults with visual impairments as they explore their transportation options as nondrivers.
Hey! What's Cooking? A Kitchen Curriculum for the Parents of Visually Impaired Children F. Naughton & 
S. Sacks
Family Resources, 
Independent Living
Concept Development, 
Development, 
Instructional Support
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: Suggestions for parents to help expose, instruct (and keep safe) children with visual impairments while performing routine cooking activities. For all ages.
How to Thrive, Not Just Survive: A Guide to Developing Independent Life Skills for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths (Cost) R. M. Swallow & 
K. M. Huebner (Eds.)
Independent Living Choice and Decision Making, 
Family Resources, 
Instructional Strategies, 
Recreation, 
Self-Awareness
book Report a problem!
Description: This book provides guidelines and strategies for helping blind and visually impaired children develop and apply skills that are necessary for independence in socialization, orientation and mobility, and leisure time and recreational activities.
Independent Living Activity Routines Companion (Cost) R. Loumiet & 
N. Levack
Independent Living, 
MIVI
Instructional Strategies, 
Routines
book Report a problem!
Description: This book provides routines for the following goals from the Independent Living Curriculum: personal hygiene, eating, food management, housekeeping, and money management.
Independent Living: A Curriculum with Adaptations for Students with Visual Impairments (Cost) R. Loumiet & 
N. Levack
Independent Living Adapted PE, 
Adolescents, 
Choice and Decision Making, 
Communication, 
Curricula, 
Elementary
book Report a problem!
Description: This is a curriculum used for assessment, instruction, and evaluation of students in the following areas: social skills, self care, and leisure skills. It is designed for students ranging from school age to adulthood who will live independently or with minimal assistance.
It Takes a Team to Teach Independent Living Skills E. Lavigne & 
K. Moss
Family Resources, 
Independent Living
Instructional Strategies, 
Instructional Support
  Report a problem!
Description: Two experts in the field discuss strategies for including family members and school team members in the teaching of ILS.
MagneTachers Magnetic Labels (APH Quota) N/A Independent Living Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Low Vision Solutions
kit Report a problem!
Description: MagneTachers are magnetic labels that attach to metal objects. They are easily removable and reattachable. Labels can be created in large print, braille, and for the Sherlock Talking Label Identifier.
PATTER: Preschool Attainment Through Typical Everyday Routines (APH Quota) N/A Early Childhood, 
Independent Living
Concept Development, 
Development, 
Development-Communication, 
Play
book Report a problem!
Description: PATTER is a curriculum and assessment tool designed to help children who are visually impaired develop skills in the areas that preschoolers are expected to master through involvement in typical household routines.
Recipes from My Home Kitchen: Asian and American Comfort Food from the Winner of MasterChef Season 3 on FOX(TM) Christine Ha Independent Living Instruction of Personal Management book Report a problem!
Description: Christine Ha lost her vision in her twenties and re-learned how to cook using non-visual strategies. Her first cookbook includes Vietnamese comfort foods as well as American classics.
Suggestions for the Blind Cook R, 
Schroeder & 
D. Willoughby
Independent Living Instruction of Adventitiously Blind, 
Instruction of Personal Management
article/periodical Report a problem!
Description: Suggestions for creating meals and kitchen tips for those with visual impairments.
TalkingTag (Cost) N/A Independent Living, 
Recreation and Leisure
Adaptive Tools/Technology, 
Low Vision Solutions
mobile or tablet app Report a problem!
Description: TalkingTag allows users to record short video or voice messages on TalkingTag labels, which can then be attached to scrapbooks, greeting cards, or other items. Note: You will need TalkingTag labels to use this App.
The Pleasure of Eating for Those Who Are Visually Impaired (Cost) P. Mangold Independent Living Instruction of Adventitiously Blind, 
Instruction of Personal Management, 
Instructional Strategies
book Report a problem!
Description: This booklet is designed to help individuals who are blind or who have low vision master eating skills. It contains practical suggestions that the author has collected from years of experience.
Toward Independence:  The Use of Instructional Objectives in Teaching Daily Living Skills to the Blind (Cost) A. Yeadon Independent Living Instruction of Adventitiously Blind, 
Instruction of Personal Management, 
Instructional Strategies
book Report a problem!
Description: This book offers a sequence of instructional objectives related to daily living skills and recommended step by step techniques for teaching each objective.  It is designed for individualized instruction and can be used within a small class structure.
WALIC (Working and Living in the Community) N/A Career Education and Transition, 
Independent Living
Activities for High School Students, 
Camp, 
Vocational Education Training
  Report a problem!
Description: WALIC is a 4 week independent living and vocation themed program for students who are 16-22 with developmental disabilities. (Texas students only)