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Helping Children who are Blind: Eating

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This book was written primarily for parents and other caregivers of young children who cannot see well. But it should not be their task alone to deal with the needs of their children. By making blindness a community issue, it is possible to lighten the extra burden carried by parents of blind children, begin to eliminate the causes of blindness, and help children who are blind grow up to be active community members. This content on eating is from chapter 8 of Helping Children Who Are Blind. It provides guidance on how to support blind children on learning to eat. For the full book, visit Hesperian Health Guides.





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Age and disability inclusion

Child health

Children with disabilities

Health and nutrition

Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF)

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