Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
The Institute on Blindness at Louisiana Tech University is looking for participants for a research study on leisure reading in blind and visually impaired children.
Devices like the FingerReader from MIT or OrCam allow people with visual impairments to point to text and hear it read back to them. Is this an advancement in accessibility or a threat to braille literacy?
Advice from an adult with low vision and congenital nystagmus about how to adapt to everyday situations and how to ask for help when you need it!
In this experiment we learn about HOT and COLD! This is a great way to encourage your child to touch, think and explore. It’s also a wonderful activity to encourage communication and language comprehension. We’re not just saying the words “hot” and “cold,” we’re really feeling it!
Catherine Rose reports from the ATIA assistive technology conference in Orlando Florida. She write about the LightAide and learning about assistive tech for communication as well as when is the best time to introduce technology.