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What can a 22 month old child who is visually impaired do on an iPad?
Strategies to help your students who are blind or low vision to participate with poise during virtual meetings.
A middle school student with low vision shares a cool tip for completing remote and in-person assignments.
Does your resume need a little makeover? Or maybe you just don't know where to start. Five simple steps to conquer the world (or at least the job market).
The best money-reading app for the blind and the visually impaired.
Here's a fun book full of horse pictures and horse terms!
Explore these New York City parks with the free SAS Graphics Accelerator software!
Jake, a transition student from Iowa, is interviewing Eliana Mason from team USA. She is a Goalball athlete, studying to be a Mental Health Counselor.
Follow Sadie as she learns about number lines!

#22 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

Here's a great book to introduce letters and phonetics to emerging readers with CVI!
An accessible cell phone with buttons for people who are blind or visually impaired.
Download these free tactile braille alphabet sheets for your emerging reader!
Follow this terrific TVI and her 4 year old student as he successfully masters the challenging double tap gesture!

#22 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

Here are my favorite tips and tricks for taking online English classes with low vision from someone who has taken them in high school and college.
Learn how to use the GoodNotes app to quickly create customized PIAF-ready tactile images for Number Corner (prediction math calendar).
Why should braille students have tactile book covers and how do you make them?
Follow these students as they established a podcast series and learned to become podcasters!
Space enthusiasts - be the first 5 students to complete the activity and receive a 3D astronomical model!
Preposition and spatial concepts worksheets
This tool is an easy way to modify images for students with CVI or low vision.
Is your student using the accessible online Desmos Graphing Calculator?
Learn how ObjectiveEd games are beneficial for progress monitoring and IEP meetings!
Recorded live webinar discusses how to assess and implement AT that will remove barriers to access for students with CVI.
Check out these interactive math concept games for preschoolers, kindergarten and first grade students!

Participants will learn how assessment supports the selection and design of AAC modes that are accessible and meaningful for their students.

Improve easy adaptations of the home environment and activities within the families’ daily routines.

AnimalWatch Vi has TWO fun math curriculums for students with visual impairments!
This CVI student is using age-appropriate books with emojis to practice tracking skills and counting.
Independence vs. learned helplessness - how Ballyland apps can make a difference!

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