Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
A special education teacher has created a math manipulative that helps students who are blind or visually impaired to more easily learn abstract math concepts.
Watch this webcast about building relationships between parents and the professionals who work with their children who are blind or visually impaired, with or without additional disabilities.
Being blind means giving up a lot of independence; this new technology from Verizon gives blind people real-time information about their environment, including colors, textures, nav cues, and more, using smartphone technology. And it’s portable!
It’s hot outside, but you and your child will have a blast staying cool by celebrating Christmas in July! These fun Christmas-themed activities for you and your little ones use touch, smell, sound and taste to engage their imaginations and embrace the magic (and fun!) of the holiday season.
Is night time a nightmare? Here are 3 tips for choosing the best pajamas for kids with autism or sensory processing disorders (SPD).
Bethel China, an organization that provides foster care and education for children in China from orphanages who are blind or visually impaired, offers an eBook that will help you navigate your journey of adoption.