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!
Many people think of learning to count as the basic, beginning math skill to teach to children. Even before a child can learn to count, she must master the pre-math concept of one-to-one correspondence. Here are some activities to help teach that concept.
Tactile symbol systems are valuable tools that aid learners with conversations about people, places, events, and ideas.
Finding an online support group can be a life line for parents of children who are blind or visually impaired. Here are tips on how to find the best support group for you!
Lesley Potgieter writes about the emotional development of children with special needs. As we focus on our children’s cognitive and physical development, are we ignoring their emotional development?
Researchers at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science have found a way to use a single dose of a small, synthetic RNA-like molecule, called an antisense oligonucleotide (ASO), to prevent the onset of deafness in mice that have been engineered to have Usher Syndrome.
Junior Blind of America’s Infant & Early Childhood Program has been using iPads as part of its curriculum in order to study how children with CVI or low vision respond to iPad apps. The results are in and they are very encouraging!
If you are having to make your home accessible for a child in a wheelchair, it will probably involve major construction. Home modification projects are pricey, but often necessary. We’ll show you how to find funding for your home modification project.