Find the best and most innovative ideas from across the internet to make Easter crafts accessible and fun for children who have a visual impairment.
Taptic-edu is a wireless braille device that syncs to your mobile device using bluetooth along with a partner app to teach braille reading and writing.
SensaCalm sells high-quality weighted blankets, wraps, lap pads, and more with customizable options and in a variety of colors and prints.
The Kore Wobble Stool design gently rolls with your child's natural movements, so he or she stays supported and comfortable while they wiggle around.
Hold Everything: “Stay-Put” Play Spaces for Infants and Young Children with Sensory Impairments and Other Special Needs
This guide provides you with DIY Stay-Put play spaces for infants and developmentally young children with sensory impairments and other special needs.
Becoming a parent to any child is magical in its own right, but here is a list of observations about things only a mother of a child who is visually impaired would understand.
QTVI Janet Harwood looks at how you can tackle some basic Science concepts with children who have multiple disabilities and complex needs.
A little girl must complete a family tree for school but fears her classmates won't understand her own tree, which includes adoptive and biological parents.