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Is There a Tactile Alternative to Braille?

May 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Is there a tactile alternative to braille? It’s a valid question. I mean no disrespect to Louis Braille or the braille code and all its worth. I love braille, and I

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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.

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