Support, Visual Impairment
Learning your baby is blind is hard... but you will move on! Janine says, "Life was continuing and I started to realize how strong we were becoming. The tears were...
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...
Nick writes about learning that his baby daughter, Mia, is blind with LCA. Most blog posts are written by mothers, but here Nick writes from the father's point of view.
Potty Training, Visual Impairment
Rusty has put together some sound advice on how you can help your older blind children navigate bathrooms on their own independently!
Braille and Literacy
A quiet book is a book (usually made out of fabric) filled with quiet activities for children. It's often used for special times, like church, when you need to keep...
Math and Science, Visual Impairment
How can 3D printing enhance the life of a visually impaired child? From toys to tactile graphics to braille puzzles... the possibilities are endless!
Adoption and Foster Care
This site is dedicated to finding families for orphans with visual impairments. The children listed on this site may have a very minor impairment, such as a lazy eye (amblyopia...
This lesson plan from Ox Ridge Elementary School shows how the LightAide can be used in a second grade classroom to make story time accessible to all the students.
This is a seven-day lesson plan from Loge Elementary School where we spend one day on each color of the rainbow using a LightAide and tactile elements.
Education, Special Needs
This lesson plan from UAH Rise School incorporates the Lily LightAide in making their circle time routine accessible for students of all abilities.
It can be difficult to come up with fun, engaging and multi-sensory ways to teach colors to children who are visually impaired. This lesson plan uses the bright lights of...