Here are 3 tips to get your child off to a great start with their braille reading skills. Learn how you can help them become strong readers!
Basic prepositional concepts like in, on, under, behind, etc. can be very difficult for blind children to master. We’ll share our ideas to help you teach these concepts.
Learning whole concepts can be difficult and take some time for children with vision impairments. Rather than trying to teach everything at once, give your child time to explore his world, piece together information, and gather as much real experiences as possible over time. Here’s an example using food and teaching your child where food comes from…
If you’re the parent of a blind child you probably have lots of questions or maybe just need to talk to someone who understands. Learn about telephone support groups organized by Lighthouse Guild.
You have spent a long time getting your blind child ready for school. Is the school ready for your child? Help your school environment, your family, and your IEP team advocate for all the accommodations — practical and emotional — that will support children with visual impairments.