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#ToyLikeMe is bringing revolution to the toy box by advocating major toy companies to include representations of disabilities in their product lines.
The highly-aniticpated LEGO set including a minifigure in a wheelchair is now available for purchase!
There are many annual summer camps your blind or visually impaired child or teenager can attend. We found 15 camps for braille, sports, independence, leadership and more!
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.
Maeve & Cynthia have created a new fun toy for children with visual impairments - O-Rings. Find out more about this toy!
We've collected the best sensory toys for blind kids! Find tactile toys, sound toys, scented toys, tasty toys, light toys and vestibular toys.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if children with a visual disability could have as much fun with stickers as their sighted friends, whether as a reward for an achievement or simply to use for decoration?
Hold Everything: “Stay-Put” Play Spaces for Infants and Young Children with Sensory Impairments and Other Special Needs
This guide provides you with DIY Stay-Put play spaces for infants and developmentally young children with sensory impairments and other special needs.
Ivan went to Build-a-Bear with his friend Madilyn and they had a great time building bears! This is a perfect activity for kids with special needs.
ALL PLAY Accessible Toy Guide from Sensory Sun
Ballyland is a Mac or Windows video game designed specifically for children who are blind, visually impaired or low vision.
Find toys for kids who wear glasses, patches or hearing aids; for kids who use a white cane or have a service dog; or for kids who use wheelchairs or walkers.
I love games that that don't require any vision to play. This is an easy DIY puzzle that anyone can play by identifying a hidden shape by feel and sound!
Finding the right extracurricular program for your child with visual impairments can be a tedious job, especially if your child struggles with other disabilities or sensory impairments as well. These tips will help!
Can the zoo be accessible for a blind child? Of course! Find tips from moms on how to make your visit to the zoo meaningful and enjoyable.