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Each year, we see lots of really interesting and exciting resources for parents of blind children shared on WonderBaby.org. Here are the 20 most popular resources shared in 2014!

20 Best Resources for Blind Children of on Wonderbaby

"A Guide to CVI" (Image: a photo collage; a boy looking beyond the camera, bright toys, and a book) *repinned from Perkins

Cortical Visual Impairment - Ellen Mazel, M., discusses the implications of cortical vision impairment and shares strategies for assessment and intervention. An excellent guide for parents and therapists who are just learning about CVI.

Find tips and tricks from parents of blind and visually impaired children about tooth brushing and dental hygiene!

Brushing Teeth & Dental Hygiene

Good Toys for Blind Kids: Suggestions From Parents  This list is made up of regular toys that can be purchased through local shops or toy stores.

Good Toys for Blind Kids: Suggestions From Parents This list is made up of regular toys that can be purchased through local shops or toy stores.

New website for parents and educators of children with visual impairments! Free lesson plans, sensory activities, and adaptive play reviews! Sensory Sun Educational Technologies #VI #Blind

New website for parents and educators of children with visual impairments! Free lesson plans, sensory activities, and adaptive play reviews! Sensory Sun Educational Technologies #VI #Blind

Downloadable braille resource packets for beginning braille readers from Paths to Literacy. *pinned by WonderBaby.org

This Braille Resource Packet is designed to help parents and families to support braille literacy at home.

FamilyConnect is an online community created by the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) and the National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments (NAPVI). Learn more about how you can get involved!

FamilyConnect is an online, multimedia community created by the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) and the National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments (NAPVI).

Tips for teaching braille to print readers who are dual media learners

These tips are for those who are introduced to braille, after already having an ability to read print. The educational needs of the adventiously blind and the techniques for teaching reading differ from those of more typical beginning braille readers.

IEP's for Parents of Blind or Visually Impaired Children. *pinned by wonderbaby.org

IEP's for Parents of Blind or Visually Impaired Children

Learn the basics of creating an IEP for a child with a visual impairment so you can walk in to your IEP meeting perfectly prepared.

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