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!
Breast feeding a baby can be difficult, especially if they have a vision impairment. Learn about your options when choosing to nurse a blind or visually impaired baby.
Learn how to introduce music to even the youngest infant, including those with special needs. All babies benefit from having music in their lives!
As the parent of a disabled child you’ve probably encountered a stranger who may have said something hurtful or downright rude. We’ll give you advice on how to deal with these painful situations.
Mary McDonach explains that learning of a child’s disability can cause a parent to experience a grief reaction bringing on the standard and familiar stages of grief. She helps you sort through these emotions so you can move on and heal.
The Mia Moda Veloce is by far the best stroller for toddlers. Plus it will also fit into any small compact car.
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…