Fun and accessible Valentine's Day crafts for kids who are blind or visually impaired, including braille Valentine's cards!
Gene-editing technology could personalize how we treat eye diseases.
Ivan went to Build-a-Bear with his friend Madilyn and they had a great time building bears! This is a perfect activity for kids with special needs.
As members of the blindness community, we find ourselves with the opportunity to teach others about blindness all the time. But do you ever want to just skip the teachable moments?
Here’s something I’ve learned in the last 10 years: Raising a special needs child is hard, but raising a special needs child who is medically complex is much harder.
A little girl must complete a family tree for school but fears her classmates won’t understand her own tree, which includes adoptive and biological parents.
Does your child need a special bed in order to be safe at night? Special needs beds can be prohibitively expensive, so most of us require our insurance to cover them. Find out how to convince your insurance company to cover a special bed for your child.
Nicole writes about how difficult it is to find the time and money to get away on a vacation when you’re the parent of a child with complex needs – but it is also so important to care for yourself!
Celebrate love and friendship all month long with these multi-sensory Valentine’ sDay activities for kids with visual impairments!
Blindness due to a retinal disorder is no longer completely untreatable. There are devices that can restore or augment sight as well as some serious movement in the world of genetic therapy and stem cell research.