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The next time you're in a toy store or department store looking for toys for your child who is blind or visually impaired, keep these 10 questions in mind!
Bright lights and fun songs are proven motivators for children of all ages and abilities to encourage learning, motor skills, and understanding fundamentals of the way things work. Here are our favorite toys with sounds and lights!
Find tips on how to make a swimming lesson accessible for kids who are blind or have other disabilities. Great ideas for parents or swim instructors!
We recently ran a contest asking families to share their favorite toys for their kids who are blind or have other special needs. Here are the top 10 as voted on by WonderBaby readers!
These very cute stuffed animals have a hiding spot in their backs where children can safely store their glasses.
This NPR site provides a list of accessible playgrounds as well as the background behind the hows and whys of making playgrounds accessible to all.
Making games accessible to everyone by creating add-on kits to make games work for anyone with blindness or visual impairment.
An Ohio mom has created a lending library of adapted games for children of all abilities, from those with developmental delays to those with significant disabilities.
Create your own stay-put toy system on your child's tray! This is perfect for blind babies who often throw their toys then can't find them again on their own.
Summer just isn't summer without a trip to see a Major League Baseball game! Here are tips to make your visit both fun and accessible for children who are blind or multiply disabled.
Morgan's Wonderland, a theme park in San Antonio Texas, is fully accessible and built for every member of the family.
With the World Cup happening, soccer fever is spreading. And if you think there’s no place out on the soccer pitch for a person who is blind, think again, because Brazil has a whole team made up of soccer players with vision impairment!
Bug's Bikes is a charity in Massachusetts that provides adaptive bikes to children whose families need financial assistance.
Find out how to make your own stackable sound blocks out of Gerber baby food containers. They are easy to make and fun to play with!
Ivan's Occupational Therapist suggested finding simple activities he could do that would require him to use one hand to stabilize while the other hand is engaged. Making a Bead Container is a super simple and inexpensive way to do just that!