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!
The Hueyify software allows any user to customize any webpage to their personal preferences, including color, font size, layout and more. Talk about an accessible web!
Introduce the scientific basics of light to your child through hands-on activities like exploring your home and other familiar places, along with tactile worksheets.
I recently asked this question to a group of special needs moms: “If you had a magic wand that could ‘cure’ your child’s disability, would you use it? Why or why not?” What they said might surprise you!
Suncatcher art projects make great hands-on activities for children with visual impairments considering their tactile traits including different textures and raised-line graphics.
MaryAnne Roberto shares her story of adopting two boys who are blind through Bethel China. Shane and Vincent have different stories, but they are all part of one big family!
This company based in the UK makes solidly constructed spaces and beds to keep special needs children safe in their rooms.
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month! Enter to win a copy of A Family Guide to Childhood Glaucoma and Cataracts. Contest ends January 29th, 2015.