Play, Visual Impairment
Looking for summer tips and advice to help you keep your blind child active during the break? Join our summer blog party to get advice from parents just like you!
How can your baby be perfect if he can't see? Obviously there is something really wrong with his eyes, and isn't perfect the absence of wrong?
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Tactile Art, Visual Impairment
Can a blind preschooler be included in preschool arts and crafts? Of course! With a little planning and forethought, preschool crafts can be completely accessible.
Can the zoo be accessible for a blind child? Of course! Find tips from moms on how to make your visit to the zoo meaningful and enjoyable.
Toys, Visual Impairment
The next time you're in a toy store or department store looking for toys for your child who is blind or visually impaired, keep these 10 questions in mind!
Behavior, Sensory Activities
Find a list of of sensory activities along with ways to make them more calming or more alerting and information about which sensory system they target. Try them out and...