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New Resource Available For Parents Of Disabled Children Planning A Trip To Disney

New Resource Available For Parents Of Disabled Children Planning A Trip To Disney

Million Mile Secrets just published a new online guide for planning a trip to Disney with a child who has a disability or medical needs. According to the new guide, if you’re a parent of a child with certain health or medical needs Disney parks can still be an enjoyable experience. Disney offers a Disability […]

Herbal Essences Hair Care Creates Inclusive Bottle Design for Visually Impaired

Herbal Essences Hair Care Creates Inclusive Bottle Design for Visually Impaired

Have you ever been in the shower and reached for the shampoo, but accidentally grabbed your conditioner instead? Too often manufacturers create bottles that look and feel the same, making it difficult for the visually impaired to differentiate between products without getting a little creative. For years, I’ve personally used a combination of bump dots […]

Kristen Witucki: Outside Myself

Kristen Witucki: Outside Myself

At Blind Motherhood, we like to celebrate the accomplishments of our contributors.This year, one of our own, Kristen Witucki, had her book published! OUTSIDE MYSELF is a young adult novel that focuses on Tallie, a teen girl struggling to adjust to her blindness, and Benjamin, an older gentleman who works in a library for the […]

Actiview Announces Access for the Blind and Hard of Hearing to Watch Solo: A Star Wars Story

Actiview Announces Access for the Blind and Hard of Hearing to Watch Solo: A Star Wars Story

Actiview, a California Bay Area-based technology company, is providing support for all Blind/Low Vision and Hard of Hearing attendees of the new film Solo: A Star Wars Story, nationwide. Starting June 1st, 2018, the Actiview app will be enabled with Audio Description and Amplified Audio tracks that people can download on their mobile phone and bring with them to […]

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light’s DESCENT

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light’s DESCENT

A few weeks ago, Blind Motherhood posted a blog about an accessible, new theatrical performance heading to New York City! DESCENT will be performed at New York Live Arts (NYLA) Thursday, March 22, Friday, March 23, and Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are now on sale via New York Live Arts in person at the […]

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light Present NY Premiere Of “DESCENT”

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light Present NY Premiere Of “DESCENT”

Every now and again a rare opportunity presents itself in New York City. An upcoming, all accessible, all-inclusive production called DESCENT has got Blind Motherhood ready to hit the theater! Performed on a custom-designed architectural ramp installation with hills, curves, and peaks, DESCENT explores the pleasures of wheeled movement and reckless abandon. This new evening-length […]

Blind Momma’s Posh Pampering

Blind Momma’s Posh Pampering

When I rang in 2018, one of my resolutions was to be kinder to myself.  I know I need to do a better job of making time for me. That’s no easy task when you’ve got two kids and a “Mostly Wonderful” husband to take care of. Another complication, I am “NOT” a girly girl.  […]

National Braille Press Announces 2017 Poetry Contest Winners:

National Braille Press Announces 2017 Poetry Contest Winners:

The National Braille Press (NBP) has finally announced the winners of their first ever Braille Poetry Contest! Participants were asked to submit a poem focusing on the theme “The Five Senses.” The poem had to be an original work less than 125 words, using English Braille American Edition or Unified English Braille. National Braille Press received […]

“Free” Kindle Download Stand By Me RP Volume II

“Free” Kindle Download Stand By Me RP Volume II

U.K. poet, Dave Steele, wants to give the world his poetry this Christmas! Steele’s books, Stand By Me Volumes I and II were written to raise awareness and help those living with his condition, Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP).

Sneek-A-Boos: A Halloween Tradition

Sneek-A-Boos: A Halloween Tradition

The holidays are all about building traditions with our families. Decorating, cooking, music, and seasonal movies are just a few ways parents add some extra sparkle to childhood memories. Sneek-A-Boos: A Halloween Tradition is an adorable toy and book combination, the perfect addition to any family’s fall festivities! What Is Sneek-A-Boos: Little Bat Boo is […]

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