5 Tips to Make Books Accessible and Meaningful
Find out how to make books accessible and meaningful for children who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind or with multiple disabilities with these tips from a parent.
Daily Desk Schedule for Child Who Is Deafblind
Create a tactile schedule using object symbols, print and braille for learners who are blind, deafblind, visually impaired or with multiple disabilities.
20 Activities for the Visually Impaired
People with vision impairment will often require help with every day tasks they could once complete on their own. They may also require support to enable them to stay in touch with the community, friends and their leisure pursuits.
Hand Use While Walking: Helping Your Child Who is Blind Understand His Home | WonderBaby.org
Certified Orientation and Mobility instructor Susan Shier Lowry gives tips on how to encourage young blind children to reach out and touch while walking through familiar environments. Trailing techniques are an important part of O&M.
Teaching Math to Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired
Susan Osterhaus shares her insights related to instructional strategies and resources for teaching math to students who are blind or visually impaired.
Brushing Teeth & Dental Hygiene | WonderBaby.org
Find tips and tricks from parents of blind and visually impaired children about tooth brushing and dental hygiene!
Let's Get Cooking: Teaching Meal Preparation Skills to Students with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities
A great video for teaching students who are blind or low vision kitchen skills! Perkins School for the Blind shows how to promote independence in this great webinar. -ICATER Tips
Eight Ways for Blind Kids to Enjoy the Library - Great Expectations
Perfect tips from National Braille Press to help your blind child enjoy a trip to the library.
Recognizing and Extending Patterns with Shapes
This activity is designed to help students who are blind or visually impaired to recognize patterns and extend them.
Describing Colors As A Blind Person
Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, talks about describing colors to blind people. Twitter: http://twitter.com/blindfilmcritic Facebook: http://fac...