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Toward a Better Tomorrow - Independent Mobility for the Blind

Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Sound | 1968

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  •  Title Card: Toward a Better Tomorrow, Independent Mobility for the Blind 
  •  Discussing summer program for people with visual impairments 
  •  People with visual impairments performing several different tasks 
  •  Bob Whim discussing program 
  •  Discussing techniques used by people with visual impairments 
  •  Test of whether students have mastered independent mobility techniques 
  •  Importance of formalized education for children with visual impairments 
  •  Group of girls singing 
 
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This educational film, produced by the Texas Education Agency in 1968, documents a summer program designed to help visually impaired high school students become independently mobile. Students enrolled in the program practiced a range of activities, from putting on a necktie to navigating the city and crossing busy streets. Students also received career and job seeking counseling, as well as guidance on the challenges faced by any typical high school student.