During the junior and senior high school years your child will take a wide range of classes. It's important for him to have access to the same materials as his classmates who are sighted. We've shared information on how you can make sure this happens and encourage him to advocate for himself. Both you and he may want to consider where it is best for him to attend school now and in the future so that all his needs are met both as a person with a visual impairment and as a student in academic classes.
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