Day # 12, Today I’m calling “BS” on anti-Braile. Did you know that less than 10% of blind students are learning Braille today? That means that 90% of blind children will graduate illiterate. Exploring Braille is important for young children. I have Braille labels all over my house. Sighted children see words everywhere so I put…Details
Unless you look closely at Tommy, you might not realize he is blind. Tom came with me to vote last week and until he walked right into the table where they were signing everyone in, no one knew he was blind. Sure, a lot of people turned to look but many did not hear me…Details
Prompt #10 is to post something funny. It just so happens that Thomas woke up with a hysterical hair-do the other day. Take a look.
|Everyone should wake up this pleasant.|
Another good prompt from the blogging challenge!Create a care package for a family with a newly diagnosed blind child. Oh, the things I wish I had known three years ago… Some things you just have to experience for yourself to understand. Having a baby with uncertain health and a disability was an experience that I…Details
This is an intriguing idea. Today I am using the blogging challenge prompt: Design your own hospital room. Let me play you something new. My Ideal Hospital Room has.. Private Rooms – All hospital rooms should be private. It’s hard enough to have a family member in the hospital, but having to share that time with…Details