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Encouraging Summer Fun
Continue teaching independence throughout the warmer months by promoting recreation!
9 tips for dealing with questions, stares, and rude comments about your blind or visually impaired child.
Ideas for Adapting Toys
So much of the information provided in preschool is visual. Here are some adaptations you can try.
Experiencing the world firsthand is the most effective way for children who are blind or visually impaired to build their ideas about the world.
Connect With Other Parents of Blind Children
You'll find an online community that can offer tips and support from other parents of children who are blind or visually impaired.
Raising a Visually Impaired Child
What Are People Talking About on the Message Boards?
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- Speech - ONH - 4 replies
- summer camp - 3 replies
- State agency and university collaborate to help students with visual impairments make the transition to higher education
- First U.S. clinical trial for rare eye disease in planning stages
- Access to 2014 World Cup matches with audio commentary service for ticketholders
- Tell Congress It's Time for Medicare to Cover Low Vision Devices Now!
- Three orientation and mobility researchers granted nearly half a million dollars to redesign the white cane
On Our Blogs
- New Research on Leber's Congenital Amaurosis: Drug May Improve Visual Field and Acuity
by Scott Truax on 7/18/2014
- A Visit to the Boston Children’s Museum
by Hillary Welch Kleck on 7/8/2014
- Corkscrew or Scrambler? Labeling Matters for My Child Who is Blind
by Emily Coleman on 7/23/2014
- Respite Required
by Emily Coleman on 7/15/2014