Your child is two and stubborn. And you want to get them to sit on the potty? Are you crazy? Of course not! We'll show you how to do it.
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.
Ballyland Magic app introduces visually impaired and blind kids to iPad accessibility features like VoiceOver through a fun game. The game is entertaining so they don’t even realize they are learning about accessibility.
We’ve collected the best sensory toys for blind kids! Find tactile toys, sound toys, scented toys, tasty toys, light toys and vestibular toys.
Free braille and multi sensory books from the Braille Institute for young children offer a good jump on literacy.
Spark Therapeutics has launched a new website designed to help patients, caregivers and health care professionals better understand inherited retinal diseases (IRDs) and the importance of genetic testing.
Find out how a mother managed to make her library an inclusive environment for her braille reading daughters.
When our kids are ready to make a decision for themselves… shouldn’t we listen?
Check out this resource sheet from throughscarlettseyes.com to find organisations that can provide your child with accessible books in the UK