Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
Sue Rawley’s son, Aaron, is graduating high school and looking at colleges. Sue talks about this transition and how you can prepare your blind child for independence now.
Kimberly will show you how to create a simple tactile photo book for your visually impaired child. You don’t need to have extensive crafting skills to make a nice story to share with your kids!
Have you ever wanted to organize a staff appreciation day for your child’s teachers but don’t know where to start? Catherine Rose gives tips and advice on how to create an event to remember!
Julie Johnson is a Teacher of the Visually Impaired and an Assistive Technology Specialist. She writes about technology resources for all children with visual impairments and all other disabilities on her blog, Adapted Innovation.