Fun and accessible Valentine's Day crafts for kids who are blind or visually impaired, including braille Valentine's cards!
The purpose of the Texas Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (TAER) is to render all possible assistance to the promotion, development, and improvement of all phases of education and rehabilitation of persons of all ages who are blind and visually impaired.
We’ve got some great creative ways to make lasting memories to share with your child as they grow. These ideas are great for parents of blind children.
It can be difficult to find a good stroller for your child when they have special needs. If your insurance company is refusing to help you buy a stroller then you need something affordable and easy to find. Come see our three top picks!
Mary McDonach takes on the difficult topic of empathy by breaking down its components and identifying how a blind child’s experiences affects their ability to understand walking in another person’s shoes.
Learn how to make a small sippy cup out of household items that is easy for your child to hold and impossible to break!
Are you worried your blind child may have trouble fitting in with their sighted peers? We’ll give you some advice to help you keep your kid bully free!