What Can Baby See? identifies the importance of early identification of visual impairment in infants with severe and multiple disabilities. A pediatric optometrist demonstrates five common vision tests checking ocular health: Cover-Uncover Test, Pupillary Response, Retinoscopy, Preferential Looking/Teller Cards, and the Visual Evoked Potential.
It shows an early interventionist obtaining functional vision information from two infants who have both visual impairment and hearing loss through structured observation in the home and parent interview.
Parents share their feelings about their infants' disabilities. The video provides examples of selected interventions used in an infant program.
Available On: Closed captioned DVD with viewers guide
Produced By: Deborah Chen, Ph.D.
Running Time: 30 minutes