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Back to School!
It seems like the summer just started and now here we are at the start of another school year.
Improving School Confidence
We want our children to be comfortable and confident in themselves, knowing they are valuable and have areas of strength.
The preschool years are all about learning to be a friend. Learn how you can help your blind or visually impaired child develop familiarity with toys, pretend play, asking to join a game, and more.
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.
Handling Behavior Issues
As your child moves into the toddler years, you might notice new, more challenging (ahem) behaviors, and wonder how to address them, and help your child acquire the coping skills he or she needs.
iPad for Babies
AFB eLearning is pleased to announce its newest webinar offering, iPad for Babies and Toddlers: Early Intervention for Children with Visual Impairments.
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
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On Our Blogs
- More Back To School
by Scott Truax on 8/28/2015
- Back to School: Educational Priorities for Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
by Shannon Carollo on 8/27/2015
- The Emerging Risk-Taker
by Emily Coleman on 6/30/2015
- Fathers' Day Is Coming! Make Dad's Gift Meaningful to Him and His Child Who Is Blind
by Emily Coleman on 6/15/2015
- Setting the Curve in the Important Subjects
by Anne McCarthy on 8/4/2015
- The Real Thing
by Anne McCarthy on 3/12/2015