There are many annual summer camps your blind or visually impaired child or teenager can attend. We found 15 camps for braille, sports, independence, leadership and more!
A literacy site from Perkins and TSBVI designed to assist educators and families in their quest to provide literacy experiences for their children who are blind or visually impaired.
We’ll show you the best places to find braille children’s books – and many of them are free!
Many children with visual impairments seek out physically stimulating activities, like swinging or rocking. Here are ways you can help channel that energy.
This webcast from Perkins School for the Blind is all about creating effective sleep strategies to help young children with vision impairments learn to sleep on a proper schedule.
Maybe your child is just getting ready to begin learning Braille or maybe your blind infant is years away from phonics lessons but you want to get a head start. Whatever the reason, as the parent of a blind child you’re going to need to know Braille. Here are 10 tips to help you get started…