It can be hard to find appropriate and accessible activities for your visually impaired child in the summer. Here are 36 ideas to help you start planning your summer break!
Feelif is a tactile tablet that is able to combine native features of the Samsung tablet, like vibrations and the built-in screenreader, with a tactile surface to create a whole new learning experience.
Our list of sensory-friendly nonfood toys to hide in Easter eggs for all those kids who can’t or don’t eat candy, including kids who are blind, deafblind, autistic or have a sensory processing disorder (SPD)
When Your Special Needs Support Group is Anything but Supportive (and 5 Tips to Get it Back on Track)
Moms yelling at each other certainly isn’t a new thing, but online support groups can take it to a whole new level! Find tips on how to keep your special needs support group supportive.
Fun and accessible Valentine’s Day crafts for kids who are blind or visually impaired, including braille Valentine’s cards!
What really makes your home an inclusive space for your special needs or blind child? Is it the furniture? Or is it the way you think?
Sometimes it seems like I don’t have the time to feel, and I know this isn’t a new thing. I’ve been not feeling for a long time. Is it OK to not feel?
Accessible sensory activity kits for blind children are easier to find than you might think and we’ve been through a lot of them!
EDA PLAY PAULI and EDAP PLAY ELIS are great iPad apps for kids who are visually impaired and you can enter to win a free download of both apps!
If you are looking at the possibility of brain surgery for your child with epilepsy, what thoughts and concerns have plagued you?
We make decisions for our medically fragile kids every day, but sometimes family members just don’t understand our reasons.