Blind Children

Braille Letters Deliver Smiles to Kids Across America

This December, we had the wonderful opportunity to help Santa Claus. We delivered his letters in braille and large print…

2 months ago

Honoring Teachers of the Visually Impaired

Here's to the best of us: teachers. At Braille Works, we want to honor teachers of the visually impaired. Take…

9 months ago

Your Child Is Blind, Now What?

Understanding Childhood Blindness Where to start Learning that your child is blind can come with a lot of emotions, from…

2 years ago

15 Halloween Safety Tips for Kids With Disabilities

For most of us, Halloween is a holiday filled with fantasy, fun and candy.  For children and adults with a…

5 years ago

Accessibility in the Classroom

For many children in the public education system with blindness, visual impairments, or reading disabilities, accessibility is a lifelong challenge.…

5 years ago

Braille Literacy Statistics and How They Relate to Equality

Braille Literacy- For Many it's the Difference Between Employment and Poverty When you hear about civil rights, equality, nondiscrimination, civil…

6 years ago

5 Super Sensory Activities to Enjoy with Your Kids During Winter Break

DIY SlimeFrozen Paint Water MarblesMarble ArtCrystal Letters and ShapesAir MoverOther Sources for Hands-On Activities I am always looking for creative…

7 years ago

New Educational Standards Impact Children with Visual Impairments

There has been a great deal of activity in the K-12 educational standards over the past few months: Every Student…

7 years ago

Alternative to Trick-or-Treating

Trick or Treating Alternatives for Kids who are Blind or Have Food Allergies Do we have an alternative to Trick-or-Treating…

7 years ago

Advocating for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired – Beyond IEP’s

Part 3 of the Journey into Advocating for Independence – Beyond Individual Education Plans Besides Individual Education Plans, what comes…

7 years ago