Originally from Hawaii, Amber and her family moved to Massachusetts to be closer to Boston Children’s Hospital where her son, Ivan, now receives medical care.
She has a Master’s degree in English from Tufts University and spends most of her “free time” writing about being a parent of a disabled child on WonderBaby.org. But really most of her time is spent caring for and playing with her son.
I tell the story of our trip to Cleveland where we visited the Cleveland Sight Center. Ivan had an ERG and was diagnosed with LCA. We also attended the LCA...
Fine and Gross Motor, Sensory Activities, Toys
If you don't have the space or money to invest in a large sensory play area for your blind baby we've got the solution for you!
Contrasts can really make a difference when playing with your low vision baby. Learn how to make a reversible blanket with a dark and light side so you can encourage...
Braille and Literacy
Are you looking for a fun and inventive gift to make for a friend? Here's our idea for a beautiful Braille Clock - and you'll be amazed at how easy...
Sensory Activities, Visual Impairment
Blind children encounter water in different forms all day long and we need to help them understand that while each experience is different they all involve the same concept: Water.