Social skills of children with visual impairment studying in serve Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) schools
Dr. Vinod Kumar Kain
The inability of the children to see limits their learning experience and restricts their learning activities, as compared to those of the sighted children. In the inclusive society social skill plays an important role in their life. Therefore, it can be said that the social skill is a part of life skills which includes interpersonal relationships, decision making and creative thinking. Teachers of children with visual impairment may teach the social skills to them. They may encourage the visually impaired children to participate in the different activities to acquire their social skills which are acceptable in the society.