Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
Are you the parent of a blind child? Are you on Twitter? You should be! We’ll help you get started by showing you who you should follow.
Maybe you’ve been bowling, but have you ever been pumpkin bowling? This multi-sensory game is perfect for Fall and makes a fun Halloween party game, too!
Learn how special accessibility features designed specifically for people with varying abilities, including those with visual impairments, are having a a major impact on how our children can access the iPad
When you see my daughter, please ask questions! I believe it is my role to educate others about being deafblind and how this shapes (but doesn’t define) my child.
As the parents of special needs children we need support and love. But do you know what we need more than anything? Someone to help ease the loneliness and isolation.
Raising a child with significant special or medical needs is challenging. Have you stopped to think about how that challenge is effecting your relationship with your spouse or partner?
Twitter may seem confusing, but it’s actually very useful for learning more about blindness and visual impairment. Here is why parents of blind kids should be on Twitter!