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5 Apps That Help Students With Low Vision In The Science Classroom

5 Apps That Help Students With Low Vision In The Science Classroom

Five iPad and Android apps that can help students with low vision access material in the science classroom.

Five Websites That Teach Kids About Vision Impairments

Five Websites That Teach Kids About Vision Impairments

Five web resources and interactive websites that teach kids about blindness, low vision, Braille, and more

Ten Words To Know Before Your First IEP Meeting

Ten Words To Know Before Your First IEP Meeting

Ten words to know before your first IEP meeting so that you can be prepared and get the best services as early on as possible!

Snapchat And Low Vision

Snapchat And Low Vision

How to use Snapchat with vision impairment, VoiceOver, and large print on iPad/iOS

Five Myths About Assistive Technology

Five Myths About Assistive Technology

Five common assumptions about assistive technology- my 200th post!

Decoding The Colors of Blindness Canes

Decoding The Colors of Blindness Canes

The meaning of blindness cane colors and what the color of a blindness cane can tell you about someone’s sight loss.

Transitioning to a 504 Plan Before Graduation

Transitioning to a 504 Plan Before Graduation

The best advice about disability accommodations my mom and I ever received- how and why to convert your IEP to a 504 plan before graduating.

How To Transfer To A Virtual Class Mid-Year

How To Transfer To A Virtual Class Mid-Year

How to transfer to a virtual class partially through the year or at the mid-year mark from a traditional classroom environment. Great for students with IEPs, 504 plans, or other emergency situations.

How Do People With Low Vision…Attend Cotillion?

How Do People With Low Vision…Attend Cotillion?

My experiences and tips for attending cotillion. Learn etiquette, manners, dancing, and more with a southern flair.

How Amazon Alexa Can Help You Read

How Amazon Alexa Can Help You Read

How to use the Amazon Echo with Amazon Alexa to read- great for users with vision impairments and print disabilities.