(Visual Impairment In this toy guide, you will learn how to find the best toys for your child who is blind, including what to look for in off-the-shelf toys and how to adapt or make your own toys so they meet your child's needs.
Of course you can add braille to almost any toy. All you need is a good braille labeler and a little space on the toy and you're good to go! But it's also exciting to find toys specifically designed for blind or visually impaired kids who are learning (or
Great ideas for a motor room from a pediatric physical therapist, playroom or in the classroom. Great gifts for toddlers or preschool aged children that are actually useful and promote movement! -Pink Oatmeal Good ideas for an inside play room.