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!
David wrote this essay as part of a college scholarship application. He writes about his experience as a football player in high school and compares that to his experiences volunteering as a “soccer buddy” with a little boy who is blind.
What happens when a child with a disability is in a mainstream classroom? How can teachers accommodate their students with special needs? Lesley Potgieter describes her own experiences as both a disabled student and a teacher.
Find sensory activities that have been adapted to meet the needs of students who are blind or visually impaired.
How to help your blind or visually impaired child survive (and maybe even enjoy!) the holiday season.
The New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (NMSBVI) offers a continuum of services to children throughout New Mexico.
This is an educational tactile art and animal book for blind children. The artist created this book to help introduce visually impaired children to new experiences and expand their media understanding.
Watch this video with Mrs America on Fox News. She talks about RP and LCA and explains how we can help support exciting new research that may cure these diseases.
Eric Jerman, COMS, reviews the popular iPad app Peekaboo Barn. He explains how the app works and why it’s ideal for young children learning simple fine motor skills. He also talks about why this app works wonderfully for kids with low vision, especially children with CVI.
Watch two videos of brave Elizabeth repelling down the side of a church steeple. She’s got a lot of us adults beat in the daring department!