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.
Early Orientation and Mobility skills for blind children can be taught with pre-canes or push toys. Learn how to choose the best tools and when to introduce them.
Learning your baby is blind is hard… but you will move on! Janine says, “Life was continuing and I started to realize how strong we were becoming. The tears were drying up and a new attitude was forming. I’d turned a corner; I’d accepted his condition and was going to embrace this new life.”
The search for a diagnosis and answers can uncover a lot of things, including our need to just let our kids grow to be who they are going to be.
Tips to help you and your child who is visually impaired learn the basics of how the iPad works and how to use all the accessibility features it has to offer.
Learn the basics of creating an IEP for a child with a visual impairment so you can walk in to your IEP meeting perfectly prepared.
Gwen writes about her baby daughter, Ivey, and the medical issues she faces. Gwen finds strength in her friends, family and even strangers who are drawn to her little girl.
The UK Council for Disabled Children offers a free development journal on babies and young children with visual impairments which is intended for parents and professionals who work with young children.
With lots of sensory stimulation farm’s can be an exciting place to learn about animals and the outdoors for kids who are blind or visually impaired.
Gardens are a sensory delight! Here are tips to create a small garden box for a child who is blind to explore using their other senses.
Thank You to Geno and Friends for Raising $20,000 for WonderBaby.org and Perkins School for the Blind!
A big heartfelt THANK YOU to Geno’s World and all of his friends and supporters who made this fundraiser for WonderBaby.org and Perkins School for the Blind a success!
Fashion blogger Emily Davison discusses teaching kids with visual impairment about appearance, self-esteem and social acceptance.