Are you missing out on the #1 most important thing your child needs to learn braille and be a successful braille reader well into their future?
Touching leaves, twigs, rocks and trees is a great way to introduce the world to your blind child. Here are 7 simple ideas to get you thinking about science and nature!
This free iBook, available on iTunes, is compatible with braille refreshable displays and VoiceOver on iPads, and is accessible to anyone with a visual or print impairment.
Find ideas for Halloween crafts and activities that are accessible for blind or visually impaired kids. We’ve also got a lot of multi-sensory ideas too!
Notube is a company that provides online coaching on how to wean your child off of a feeding tube and onto eating orally. Their approach is clinically based and provides 24/7 support.
My Special Journal is a pre-printed communication notebook that lets teachers quickly summarize a special needs child’s day at school.
Children with visual impairment learn by having direct, hands-on experiences with objects and events, including those in their community. These experiences can build important concepts that will prepare your child for further language and social learning.