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The FamilyConnect 2014 Holiday Guide
We are pleased to make available our annual holiday guide for families of children who are blind or visually impaired!
IEPs: What You Need to Know
Children who are blind or visually impaired and entitled to receive special education services have either an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) or an Individualized Education Program (IEP).
Finding Your Way
Heading to a new school? Here are some strategies for helping your child who is blind or visually impaired get oriented to a new school building.
Asking for Assistive Technology
How do you make an effective case for technology accommodations?
It's a big deal. Parents of children who are blind or visually impaired share their own experiences and advice.
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?
- Is an iPad All Your Child Needs? - 2 replies
- retinal colomboma will he be able to read and write in normal schools - 3 replies
- Speech - ONH - 5 replies
- Call for papers for the JVIB 2016 Special Issue on Aging
- U.S. government issues guidance documents for effective communication for students with disabilities
- Construction on the first beep baseball facility commences in Kentucky
- Paving the Way for Independence: Resources for Parents of Blind Children on Employment and Career Awareness
- Free booklet introduces braille readers to Unified English Braille
- Richard L. Welsh, first president of the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind (AER), has died
On Our Blogs
- FamilyConnect 2014 Holiday Guide Now Available
by Scott Truax on 11/18/2014
- Technology for Children with Visual Impairment
by Scott Truax on 11/7/2014
- The Sweet Smell of Dystopia
by Anne McCarthy on 11/14/2014
- Awesome School Underway!
by Anne McCarthy on 9/30/2014