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Easy-Touch Sound Books for Kids with Visual Impairments

February 19th, 2018|0 Comments

I highly recommend sound books for pre-braille and beginning braille readers. Sound books can also be extremely motivating for kids who are not very interested in books otherwise, as well as struggling braille readers.

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New Echolocation Toy Makes Waves for Diversity in Toy Industry

June 15th, 2017|0 Comments

The new echolocation toy featuring Bailey from Pixar's Finding Dory – with audio description on iTunes – (affiliate link) proves inclusion and diversity in toys are possible, and very necessary. I ran into Toys

10 Ideas to Engage a Reluctant Braille Reader

January 17th, 2017|

The ultimate goal for a braille reader is fluency. Fluency means the child reads smoothly and at a reasonable rate while comprehending what she is reading. Specifically for braille readers, fluency is demonstrated by decoding

The Day I Signed Up My [Blind] Daughter for Baseball

October 28th, 2016|

Have you considered enrolling your child with visual impairments in a sports program? Are you considering a program that is inclusive or designed specifically for only with “special needs”? We chose Miracle League Baseball for our