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Elin shares how she and her son Theo were able to turn his artwork into tactile graphics Christmas cards that he could give to friends and family.
Here’s our list of 30 small multi-sensory toys that are perfect for kids who are blind, deafblind, autistic or have a sensory processing disorder (SPD).
Tips for reading aloud to blind children, courtesy of National Braille Press, complete with video and featured story.
New technology translates sign language to speech and speech into text, making communication between those who sign and those who don’t much more seamless.
This cool new app lets you use your smartphone to translate printed material into spoken words, letting the user “read” virtually anything. The app is available on iTunes and was created in collaboration with the National Federation of the Blind.