Social Life and Recreation: Playing with Your Blind Baby or Toddler
As your baby grows, she’ll become more interested in interacting with you, other family members, and children. Because her vision is not that of a typical child, she is going to need some help from you in learning how to play alone and with others. It’s also a good idea to think about how her behavior influences other’s reactions to her at home and in the community. We have many ideas to share with you to help your baby on the road to becoming a sociable child who enjoys others and with whom others enjoy spending time.
- Parent’s Perspective: Helping Your Visually Impaired Child “Fit In”
- Choosing Toys and Creating a Play Area for Your Blind or Visually Impaired Child
- Teaching Your Blind or Visually Impaired Baby to Play with Toys
- Identifying Individual Facial Features on a Mr. Potato Head Toy
- Learning to Play with Other Children as a Visually Impaired Child
- Repetitive Behaviors in Blind Children: What Are They?
- The Supermarket: 9 Tips for Dealing with Questions, Stares, and Rude Comments About Your Blind or Visually Impaired Child
- Objects Poem: Hands Feed the Brain