Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
Charlotte looks at special needs parenting from a new perspective; the perspective of a parent who is also raising a typically developing child.
SafeSpaces custom makes living and sleeping spaces for children with special needs, such as autism or other issues. These spaces can be beds or entire rooms that are safe and padded.
Nancy Shugart talks about growing up with vision issues and how that affected the choices she made going into adulthood. This TED talk is about learning to live without fear.
Patching can be a chore and a challenge, but if you keep it light and fun, you’ll get through it. Here are our favorite patching resources that will make patching easy for you and your child!
This blog on educational information around Cortical Visual Impairment is written by a Teacher of the Visually Impaired with a specialty in CVI.
Marty the SMART Brailler is ready to go on a new adventure! Will you be one of the lucky families to host Marty and be eligible to win your own free SMART Brailler? We’ll begin accepting applications in September 2014.
The Pentagon contracts with CAP to offer assistive technology that makes the workplace more accessible to federal employees with disabilities.
Perkins SMART Braillers are now available at American Printing House using quota funds. These funds make educational tools for those who are blind accessible.
Pinterest is one of the best ways for a parent of a child with special needs to find what they need on the internet. Here are my favorite Pinterest boards for parents of kids who are blind or visually impaired.
Talkitt translates unintelligible speech from any language into understandable speech through smart phones, tablets or computers. Works for people with speech disorders or diseases or syndromes that affect speech.