Holiday Crafts and Ideas, Visual Impairment
We'll show you how to make tactile Easter eggs for kids who are blind by adding textures or other tactile elements to your dyed eggs.
Health & Nutrition, Special Needs
When you have a child with complex medical issues chances are they are taking multiple medications. Learn how to make managing meds easier.
Crawling, Product Reviews
If you want to protect your baby against carpet burns, scrapes and bruises while they crawl then it might be time to purchase baby knee pads.
Holiday Crafts and Ideas
Our list of sensory-friendly nonfood toys to hide in Easter eggs for all those kids who can't or don't eat candy, including kids who are blind, deafblind, autistic or have...
The tricky thing about using a nighttime pacifier is keeping it in your baby’s mouth so both of you can get a restful, deep sleep. Here's our solutions.
Behavior, Sensory Activities
A sensory room is a special space where children with sensory processing disorders or other sensory impairments can focus on limited sensory stimuli.
Blind kids are very good at mapping their environment and can learn to get around their home safely, but there are things you can do to make that easier.