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!
January 4, 2016, is the start date of the Unified English Braille (UEB) code to become the official Braille Code in the United States. Learn about the transition to UEB and how it may affect you and your child.
Each year, we see lots of really interesting and exciting resources for parents of blind children shared on WonderBaby.org. Here are the 20 most popular resources shared in 2015!
Holiday multisensory play ideas for kids who are blind or visually impaired, from cold dough to a five-senses touch book and a tactile find and search game.
If your child is nonverbal they may not be able to say, “I love you.” But they can express their love in so many other ways!
All children with special needs deserve to live an enviable life! Do you agree? And do you know what this really means?
Let’s help the #ToyLikeMe campaign get wheelchairs and white canes represented in LEGO activity sets. All you need to do is vote!
12 easy steps to teach anyone how to become a citizen lobbyist or activist for causes you truly care about including special education and medical care laws.