Parker Moore

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Eleven year old Parker Moore has bilateral Optic NerveHypoplasia, but this doesn’t keep her from playing the violin or performing in school plays. She describes how blindness affects her life and also has advice for parents who are raising children with visual impairments. Part of a series of interviews with individuals with visual impairments and their family members.

Media Details

Runtime: 4 minutes

Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 1
5 minutes
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 2
4 minutes
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 3
6 minutes
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 4
6 minutes
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 5
6 minutes
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 6
7 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 7
6 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 8
6 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT
Raising A Visually Impaired Child: Personal Stories From Parents, Siblings, And Children With Visual Impairments
Episode 9
5 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT