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Big thank you to George, an honors Texas Tech student majoring in broadcast journalism and linguistics. He is an articulate speaker, and he became the headliner for Dr. Wittman's weekend class at Texas Tech in the College of Education. George is deaf/blind, and his talk was an inspiration to everyone, but particularly the moms taking the class who have children with blindness and deaf/blindness.

AWESOME story! The Lives Of Blind Brothers Changed When 'Dad' Came Knocking

Fun for kids! Beep Kickball is an adapted sport that can be played by kids who are blind or visually impaired. The game is played in a grassy field with a kickball that beeps and two bases that buzz.

How can I use Unique Learning System, News-2-You and SymbolStix with my blind or low-vision students?

This activity teaches students who are blind or visually impaired to identify different sounds made by the body, intentional or otherwise.

Map skills begin with learning to interpret basic tactile graphics for students who are blind or visually impaired.

Learning to care for eye glasses is an important independent living task for children who are visually impaired.

Labeling items in the environment in an accessible format is important for developing literacy skills, as well as O & M or Orientation and Mobility for children who are blind or visually impaired, deafblind or who have multiple disabilities.

Exploring Life's Playgrounds Independent Movement for Young Blind Children

Resources for the Blind

Kids on the Block Visual Impairment

These cute little clowns are hand-made by one of our supporters who is visually impaired herself. They not only stand up by themselves, the have two distinct textures in their legs. Click on the image to see the wide variety of clowns she has available. Clowns can be made scented and include a bell inside to make a jingle noise for the visually impaired and blind.

These Valentine's Day-themed activities help preschoolers who are blind or visually impaired to develop fine motor and tactile skills, pre-braille concepts, early literacy, number concepts, and sensory exploration.

Find out how to make nutrition information accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired!

Valentine's Day Gift and Craft Ideas for Parents of Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

FDA Approves Vanda Drug for Non-24 Disorder

Ink Circles: Pens and Needles: Love Is Blind

Toy ideas for blind children.

View this recorded presentation on Understanding Magnification and Print Size by Darick Wright, CLVT, COMS or download the slides and resources.

User friendly Tv interfaces for the blind

Switch Literacy Resources for Children with Vision Impairments Including Multiple Impairments

Applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) if Your Child Is Legally Blind

Parents and Family Members are Teachers too