Could you create a picture book for a child who cannot see pictures? Enjoying books is, for most young children, an essential part of childhood. Tactile image books like those in ClearVision’s collection are the solution for blind or partially sighted children. Click on the link below for more information on the Typhlo and Tactus...
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Watch this BBC video to see how to vote when severely Visually Impaired. How to Vote Video
BBC Ouch programmes page. The magic button on pelican crossings http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-ouch-22706881
LOOK-UK supports young people and families living with a vision impairment Are you a young person up to the age of 29 and have a vision impairment, or are you a parent of a vision impaired child? Then we want to hear from you.
www.WonderBaby.org is dedicated to providing information and support to parents of visually impaired & disabled children. In addition to the website, find wonderbaby on facebook and twitter. Loads of brilliant articles.
Check out two useful ways of using a liquid level indicator! liquid level indicators
click for braille resources find an online course here or a more accessible version for those with vision impairment here
By VI Talk VI Talk also has a webpage, Facebook and a twitter presence. Here you will find information and chat for and by people with visual impairments. It offers support to parents and or to young people and is a great place to keep up with new developments.
Share the experiences of young vi bloggers or vloggers online Young people with visual impairments have so much to teach and share with us, encourage children and young people to become involved with others with visual impairments and profit from their experiences. Try this brilliant blog post as an introduction.