Support services may involve physical assistance and therapy, counseling and psychotherapy, modified learning environments and assistive learning devices, educational and psychological assessments, and behavioral modification techniques.
The local school district or the state agency for the blind should be contacted during the child's infancy or during preschool years to determine what assistive services might be available for the child.
Certified special education teachers deliver programs in separate classrooms using modified educational curricula and specially designed assistive education techniques.
An occupational therapist can recommend assistive equipment and devices to help the child with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and eating.
In addition, you can look for early intervention services in Dallas using the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services' searchable database.