It can be hard to find appropriate and accessible activities for your visually impaired child in the summer. Here are 36 ideas to help you start planning your summer break!
Use tactile elements, interesting fabrics and textures, sounds and lights to create the perfect unique space for your blind or visually impaired child.
It’s not at all usual for visually impaired kids to react negatively to certain sounds. Find out why and what to do about it.
Here are some recommendations if you are visiting London with a child who is visually impaired to ensure you have a fun, inclusive and accessible visit.
Crawling and climbing are two very important developmental milestones for babies and children who are blind. Some babies may skip these steps or reach them later than their typically developing peers, but there are many ways you can encourage crawling and climbing.
Positive Eye was established five years ago to offer a consultancy and training service to professionals and parents on meeting the educational needs of children and young people with visual impairment.
Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
Here are our favorite favorite tactile, talking and developmental Easter toys that would be perfect for your multi-sensory Easter basket.