10 fun things to include when throwing an accessible or inclusive birthday party for a child with vision impairments, low vision, deafblind
Use familiar routines to create sensory stories with children with multiple disabilities, including those who are blind, visually impaired or deafblind
Develop beginning braille literacy skills using a peg slate and other braille toys by practicing reading and writing braille letters, words, and sentences!
Tips to make regular classroom books accessible to children who are blind or deafblind, with braille and tactile symbols
Ideas to support friendships between children who are blind or deafblind and typical peers through braille literacy experience creating accessible books