Growing babies develop motor skills during "tummy time," and may need the support of a positioning cushion like Original Baby Company's Tumzee. One of our readers won a Tumzee in our giveaway contest.
This guide covers basic information about visual development in children and eye health, as well as very specific and practical advice on environmental adaptations for home and at school.
Enter to win a package of fun musical toys for your visually impaired child from Mud Pie Productions.
The Perkins Activity & Resource Guide is known around the world as the most valuable resource any teacher can use to engage children who are blind or visually impaired.
You have spent a long time getting your blind child ready for school. Is the school ready for your child? Help your school environment, your family, and your IEP team advocate for all the accommodations -- practical and emotional -- that will support children with visual impairments.
Our holiday giveaway contest featured the APH tactile book That's Not My Bear, about a lost teddy bear. Children learn tactile information processing by looking for the right bear. This post refers to a giveaway which has ended.
A holiday giveaway contest offers a set of solid wood alphabet blocks featuring braille and finger spelling as well as Roman alphabet, printed and cutout.
We spotlight National Braille Press, and some of our favorite braille books, toys, and puzzles. Enter to win a gift card to buy some of your favorites too!