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Introducing the cane The cane can be part of an overall O&M programme
When to introduce a cane is a family and team decision We believe early is best but it must be positive for the child and family
Take Time and keep it low key! Explore it and play with it
Play games and don’t worry if it isn’t used properly It’s about making the cane a normal part of the day and routine Bonk things with it Tap a drum Put it in the buggy
Have a place to hang it so the child can help get it as part of the routine
Personalise your cane You can hang a toy on it Give it a name Decorating it with stickers is always fun too!
Use other techniques with the cane to explore the exciting world! Self protection Trailing
Have a motivating reason for using it! Check with your local Resource Teacher Vision for more information Developed by Moving Forward Ltd and BLENNZ, 2014
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