Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
The Oregon Project is a comprehensive assessment and curriculum designed for use with children birth to six who are blind or visually impaired.
Say it with Symbols! is the first stop resource for families, caregivers and educators looking for easy-to-use, functional augmentative communication aids that help people with severe speech disorders actively participate in daily living by communicating using pictures and symbols.
AccessWorld is a monthly online publication. Hear from experts in the field as they write informative and enlightening articles on topics such as leadership, technology, education and rehabilitation.
Learn about tactile illustrations, how they work and how best to create them.
The American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults is a service agency which specializes in providing help to blind people which is not readily available to them from government programs or other existing service systems.
In this video Elizabeth Torrey, Speech and Language Pathologist in the Early Learning Center at Perkins School for the Blind, talks about the use of tangible symbols in helping children with multiple disabilities, including blindness and deafblindness, to develop and achieve communication skills.