Tips and ideas for making accessible tactile Easter eggs with kids who are blind or who have multiple disabilities.
It takes a lot of time to think of sensory experiences for kids with visual impairments. This calendar gives you an activity for every day of the year!
A recent JHU study shows blind people use visual cortex while solving math problems
Santa’s Little Hackers is a seasonal toy drive to adapt toys. They make simple modifications to the electronics of toys and give them away.
Many of us share pictures and thoughts about our blind children online… but should we?
Music festivals can be loud and overwhelming for kids who are blind, but also fun and exhilarating!
The Tactile Caliper puts measuring to the 1/16″ in the hands of blind users with braille output!
Sensory Sun Educational Technologies is a website that shares information about raising and teaching children with visual impairments.
Spark Therapeutics launches ID YOUR IRD genetic testing info site offering free genetic testing for people with inherited retinal diseases.
Choose from five wonderfully crafty art projects adapted for blind children that celebrate fall! Make prints and wreaths with apples and leaves, create your own tree, or decorate pumpkins!