Your child is two and stubborn. And you want to get them to sit on the potty? Are you crazy? Of course not! We'll show you how to do it.
We’ll review the book Developmental Guidelines for Infants with Visual Impairment and explain why it’s a must read for parents of young blind children and blind babies.
Have you ever thought about all the things your child *can’t* do because of their disability? It can be depressing, but one way to get over that is to figure out how to make inaccessible activities accessible, but it’s also important to remember not to push your child into activities they simply don’t find interesting.
Start a new tradition this year… Get your child in the kitchen and have them help you bake a cake! The smells and tastes are so yummy plus they’ll get to share their creation with the family.
If you are the parent of a baby or young child who has been tentatively diagnosed with LCA, your doctors probably suggested that your child have an electroretinogram (ERG) in order to confirm the diagnosis. You’re probably wondering what the test is like and whether or not you should do it now. We’ll explain what the test was like for our family and hopefully this will help you make your own decision.
What if you could design your own play area that would stimulate your blind baby’s senses and make them feel safe and willing to explore at the same time?