Teaching your child early self-care skills at a young age will encourage their independence as they grow and develop. Simple tasks can empower your child to feel a sense of accomplishment throughout their day. Learning how to embed simple strategies into your daily routines will make a long-term positive impact. 

Sisters who have albinism, the older one holding and hugging the younger baby sister. 

Teaching Empathy to Children with Blindness or Low Vision

Have you ever considered the value of empathy? We think through the words or actions we are about to impart and consider how our suggestion or contribution will be taken. […]

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A toddler sitting with their hand in a snack cup.

Eating Skills for Babies and Toddlers Who Are Blind or Low Vision

Teaching Your Infant About Food Whether it is from the breast or a bottle, newborns need to eat every few hours, and throughout infancy, babies need their parents to help […]

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Neat toddler using a napkin after lunch.

Modeling Good Manners as Child with Blindness or Low Vision Learns to Interact

No matter your child’s future career aspirations, strong social skills will be an invaluable asset to their employability. They will be more easily hired and far better prepared to work […]

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A toddler sitting on a potty chair

Getting Ready for Potty Training

Diapers, diapers, and more diapers—it’s amazing how many you’ve changed since your child was born! What parent hasn’t dreamed of the day when the diapers will be gone forever? However, […]

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A bathroom with at toilet and shower.

It’s Time to Sit on the Potty! Toilet Training a Child Who Is Blind or Low Vision

Are you wondering when it will be time to toilet train your child? Many experts will tell you that these are some of the indicators that your child is ready: […]

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