Blindness

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…

4 months ago

Happy World Sight Day

On the second Thursday of October, people all around the world celebrate World Sight Day. This global event draws attention…

6 months ago

What’s Next for High School Graduates with Blindness?

High School Graduation; A Time to Celebrate and a Time To Look Toward the Future What does high school graduation…

10 months ago

Would Your Material Pass an Accessibility Test?

Did you know tests aren't just for people? Your documents and digital information need to be able to pass a…

12 months ago

Advice for the Sandwich Generation Regarding Blindness and Low Vision

The sandwich generation is defined as adults, typically in the age range of 30-years to 50-years, who are caring for…

1 year ago

10 Common Courtesies To Offer People Who Are Blind

How do I interact with someone who has a visual disability? Many people have never interacted with someone who has…

1 year ago

International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWD)

In 1992, the United Nations General Assembly launched the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWD). The purpose of this…

1 year ago

Low Expectations Limit People with Visual Disabilities

The expectations we put on others can encourage the pursuit of great things or hinder the growth of an individual.…

1 year ago

Halloween Safety for Kids who are Blind

Fall is a fun and exciting time of the year for kids, young and old. They look forward to attending…

1 year ago

How to Empower Your Child Who is Blind: Tips and Resources for Parents

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

2 years ago