Growing up without sight can be difficult. It can often be hard for your child to fill in the gaps or to fully understand what’s going on around them. That’s why, especially when they’re little, they need your help to explain to them how the world works or how people accomplish simple tasks.

Blind children need extra stimulation

Your child will also need you to show them everything in their environment, like the soft furry toy or sweets at the grocery store or ride on the toy car at the mall.  You may think your child is so well behaved because they never beg to ride the car or buy a special toy or sweet, but maybe they just don’t know they’re there!

Here are a few everyday activities for blind children:

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