Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
WonderBaby.org has been chosen by the Parents’ Choice Foundation for an Approved seal in their Website category. The Foundation awards the Approved seal to websites that help children enjoy developing physical, emotional, social or academic skills.
This resource guide is intended to bridge the gap between school and home and help families become greater partners in their children’s educations.
Mr. SMART Brailler is taking a trip around the U.S. and wants to come visit you! We are choosing 6 families to be visited by the SMART Brailler and one family will be chosen to keep it. Find out how to enter and how to vote for your favorite family.
Getting your blind child outside and moving around in the community can help them develop motor skills as well as Orientation and Mobility skills.
If you’re the parent of a child with medical complexities you’re probably feeling pretty stressed. Catherine gives you advice on how to keep your medical records organized so you can feel more in control!
A mother writes candidly about the birth and life of her son, Gabriel, who has Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP).
Lesley Potgieter writes about how it can be difficult to live up to mainstream standards as a person with disabilities. She encourages parents to help their children create their own standards and live life on their own terms.
The newest webcast from Perkins features Luisa Mayer, Ph.D., an internationally known specialist in visual field/functional vision testing.