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!
Researchers have found a genetic mutation that explains why some children are born without eyes (anophthalmia) or with small eyes (microphthalmia).
Ivan wanted to join in the inflated obstacle course, but can a child with low muscle tone make it to the end of the course?
Project Brailler’s mission is “to ensure that every blind or visually impaired person in England has access to a SMART Brailler in their local area by 2020.”
Hatch is a website where little ideas can make a big difference to kids with special needs. It is open to ideas and inventions from anyone, anywhere who wants to help children with special needs.
Can a blind preschooler be included in preschool arts and crafts? Of course! With a little planning and forethought, preschool crafts can be completely accessible.