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!
The kitchen is the perfect place to teach your visually impaired child important life lessons. Think about all the things you learn just while making cookies!
“When you received your, or your child’s, diagnosis you might have felt as if in the desert; alone and no idea which direction is the right one.”
Parents who are trying to determine whether their child’s behaviors are related to their visual impairment, or a symptom of autism, benefit from Mary’s story about learning to identify her own daughter’s purposes for self-stimulating activities.
Sometimes children with vision impairments can find it difficult to be around other children. If your child has this problem, then you know how hard it can be when your kid can’t go to the park or be anywhere near other kids! We’ll give you some tips to help you overcome this issue.
Learn why children who are visually impaired repeat back what they hear, and how parents can help minimize repetition in a constructive way.
I support your right to have your voice heard, but I have one request: Please keep your protest on the sidewalk.
Perkins School offers diagnostic evaluations for blind and visually impaired children ages 3-22.
Salmon Luke sells bowls, plates, forks and spoons that have been exceptionally well developed for introduction and implementation of self-feeding skills and independent eating.
I don’t want my friends or family to feel sorry for me or for my child. I’m not saying this in a tough “I can handle this so you don’t have to worry” kind of way or even in a dismissive “we don’t need your pity” kind of way.
Do you know the facts of Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI)? Here are 8 myths you may have heard that just aren’t true!