The Ultimate Travel Guide to Hawaii (Infographic)

Your Essential Travel Guide to Hawaii (Infographic)

Foods for anxiety

Foods for anxiety

Our 20 Favorite iPad Apps for Kids with CVI

Our 20 Favorite iPad Apps for Kids with CVI

8 Calming or Stimulating Sensory Activities

8 Calming or Stimulating Sensory Activities for Kids with Sensory Impairment

Everyone always talks about the importance of "sensory activities," but did you know that the proper sensory input can help your child calm down or pick up, depending on what they need?

Is My Blind Child Autistic?

Is My Blind Child Autistic? One Parent's Experience

5 tips to get a free iPad for your special needs child

5 Ways to Get a Free iPad for Your Special Needs Child

Just because iPads are cheaper than other pieces of assistive equipment doesn't necessarily make them affordable! Here are five tips on how to get grants and funding for a free iPad for special needs kids.

child using a spoon

Teaching a Blind Child How to Use a Spoon Independently

Tips, ideas and resources for teaching your blind child how to scoop and use a spoon on their own without using hand over hand techniques.

Advice for new parents from the moms and dads in our WonderBaby.org community

My baby is blind... What do I do

When your baby is diagnosed with a visual impairment you may feel lost at first. What do you do? Where do you begin?

This app gives tips on how to adapt signs for blind children including videos and written information. It also allows you to create your own dictionary of signs.

Adapting Signs App for Children with Vision Impairment

Adapting Signs is an app from the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children created to help teach simple signing to children with visual…

Why We Love Music Therapy for Our Blind Son

Why We Love Music Therapy for Our Blind Son

Why We Love Music Therapy for Our Blind Son. Read more about the benefits of music therapy for blind kids.

When I Feel Alone as a Mom to a Child With Anophthalmia, I Remember This

When I Feel Alone as a Mom to a Child With Anophthalmia, I Remember This

Gwen writes about her baby daughter, Ivey, and the medical issues she faces. Gwen finds strength in her friends, family and even strangers who are drawn to her little girl.

Make Your Own Spring Flower Arrangement!

Make Your Own Spring Flower Arrangement

Why I'm Talking About Sex and Intimacy as a Special Needs Mom

Why I'm Talking About Sex and Intimacy as a Special Needs Mom

We know that our special needs families have a higher rate of divorce and we need to work at keeping our relationship healthy. I'm here to say that I think we should be encouraging more physical intimacy too.

What I wish people understood about raising a medically complex child

What I Wish People Understood About Raising a Medically Complex Child

Amber Bobnar lists the five things she wishes people understood about raising a medically complex child.

8 simple ways to be a happier special needs mom

8 simple ways to be a happier special needs mom

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