Eye Conditions and Syndromes, iPad Apps and Accessibility
A collection of successful iPad apps for kids diagnosed with CVI as recommended by a TVI and CVI specialist.
Carol writes about the birth of her granddaughter, Riley, and how the whole family came together to help each other and support Riley's parents. As Carol says, "LOVE and SUPPORT...
iPad Apps and Accessibility
For children who are blind or visually impaired, iPads represent multi-purpose, portable Assistive Technology devices that can replace expensive AT devices.
The path of a special needs parent is hard, but you need to choose happiness. You feel countless emotions, each and every one of them, and at some point you...
Braille and Literacy, Toys
One father's journey to imagine, create and even distribute accessible educational toys for children who are visually impaired
Feeding and Eating
Tips, ideas and resources for teaching your blind child how to scoop and use a spoon on their own without using hand over hand techniques.
L. Penny Rosenblum is a TVI, a parent and student advocate, and has a vision impairment. She writes about what it was like learning to advocate for herself as a...
Sarah writes about the journey her family has traveled as they've taught their blind son Lucas to be as independent as possible. And now she wants to start a movement!...
Ellen writes about adopting her visually impaired son, Edy, and how they focused on helping him acclimate to his new home and family while also thinking about how they would...
Goalball is a fast-paced and active physical sport that does not require vision to play. It's a fun recreation for children who are blind.
Orientation and Mobility
Early Orientation and Mobility skills for blind children can be taught with pre-canes or push toys. Learn how to choose the best tools and when to introduce them.