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  1. Parent: Put toy in hand to hold.  School: Shake it, tap it, make noise, introduce it on his lap, put it on light board and move
  2. Parent: Not! Brandon is blind.  School: Head orientation towards object, slow reach out towards it.  (usually with light board or art)
  3. Parent: Right side.  Also head position. School:Left side for viewing, right side for most activity, usually head slumped.
  4. Parent: He is blind. School: Not usually motivated to look for items, but primarily touch when he does.
  5. Parent: No, he is blind. School: No answer.
  6. Parent: Put in his hand to hold only he is blind.  School: Center, to left side within 1 foot range.
  7. Parent: Piano, radio.  School: Radio, shakers, rain sticks, drums, instruments, keyboards.
  8. Parent: Total blind, but I don't think so. School: No answer.
  9. Parent: Not! He is blind.  School: In front of light board, he will look at sounds.
  10. Parent: None he is blind.  School: Maybe little more attention with red
  11. Parent: Nothing he is blind.  School: No noticeable change in affect.  We do use tin foil on some symbols, but also couples with noise.
  12. Parent: He looks upward to fans and up to light. School: No change in behavior.
  13. Parent: Yes.  School: If he is trying to use vision he will put his face on object to see it.
  14. Parent: Things that move.  School: Team is undecided.
  15. Parent: He leans to turn right to listen to things.
  16. Parent: No.  School: Maybe red
  17. Parent: No. 
  18. Parent: Straight. School: No regular correlation.
  19. Parent: Does not he is blind.  School: He will reach out and touch it.
  20. Parent: No.  School: Items on left side, light underneath.
  21. Parent: No.
  22. Parent: He is blind.
  23. Parent: None he is blind.
  24. Parent: Remember he is blind.
  25. Parent: He has no favorite objects or toy