Low vision aids for visually impaired children: a perception-action perspective.

Abstract:

:It is a widely accepted belief in clinical practice that children with a visual impairment can profit from the use of a low vision aid (LVA). However, we found a considerable gap in our scientific understanding of LVA use, particularly in young children. This is the reason for the analysis presented in this paper. A selected overview of LVA use in adults is given, from which valuable insights are taken. Additionally, an action perspective for analysing LVA use is discussed as well as the results of tool-use studies in children. Mainly based on these three ingredients, we developed a conceptual framework for LVA use. The framework consists of three interacting relations between LVA, child and task. Performance of a particular child on a specific task with a certain LVA is constrained by the following three reciprocal and dynamic relations: the Child-to-Task relation (related to goal-information), the Child-to-LVA relation (related to control-information), and the LVA-to-Task relation (related to topology information).

journal_name

Res Dev Disabil

authors

Schurink J,Cox RF,Cillessen AH,van Rens GH,Boonstra FN

doi

10.1016/j.ridd.2011.01.027

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-05-01 00:00:00

pages

871-82

issue

3

eissn

0891-4222

issn

1873-3379

pii

S0891-4222(11)00028-X

journal_volume

32

pub_type

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