Why is it so hard to find good help? In many states, services for visually impaired children, though mandated through strict federal laws, are very hard to come by. Many parents find themselves battling with their state in order to receive the simplest services, such as the opportunity to meet with a vision specialist once a month.
Learn about the U.S. National Library Service and their Talking Books Program, a free service for blind and physically handicapped Americans.
Sometimes kids need a little help to get the party started, and that is exactly what party toys are for. We list here our favorite party toys for children who are blind. No vision necessary to play with these toys!
The Mia Moda Veloce is by far the best stroller for toddlers. Plus it will also fit into any small compact car.