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Disability Scholarships Listings

Disability Scholarships Listings

College doens’t come cheap, so it’s important to consider scholarships and grant funding to pay for your education. Unlike student loans, these monies do not have to be repaid. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires all schools to accommodate the differing needs of their disabled students. Thankfully, this act had made it easier for disabled […]

The Power of Stealth

The Power of Stealth

My ten-year-old daughter Sarah won a prize this morning for completing an obstacle course at the library while making the least amount of noise. Yeah, I know…. my kid. It was probably the quietest five minutes and eleven seconds she’s ever had in her whole waking life, and most of her sleeping life, too.  The […]

Deal With It

Deal With It

I recently spent an afternoon with Sarah, my ten-year-old daughter, at her end-of-year picnic and fourth grade field day activities. I’d love to wax rhapsodic about hanging out with my kid in the sun, munching hamburgers and cheering her on as she won ribbons and had fun with her friends. Unfortunately, fate pitched something more […]

Lavelle School For the Blind 3rd Annual Talent Show

Lavelle School For the Blind 3rd Annual Talent Show

Lavelle School for the Blind will celebrate its 3rd Annual Talent Show Friday, May 18, 2018, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM in the school’s gym. Students will be given the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of the school community, friends, family and the press. Lavelle students have been preparing a number of great acts including singing, playing instruments, […]

Lavelle School For the Blind Celebrates Multicultural Week

Lavelle School For the Blind Celebrates Multicultural Week

Schools across the country are increasingly recognizing the importance of exploring issues of diversity in education, with teachers looking for creative opportunities to help educate their students about our global society. New York City’s Lavelle School For the Blind is no different. From February 12 – 16th, the school is hosting a Multicultural Week, emphasizing the […]

19 Fascinating Facts About Louis Braille

19 Fascinating Facts About Louis Braille

World Braille Day is celebrated annually on January 4th, the birthday of Braille inventor, Louis Braille. Louis would have been 209 years old today! Organizations around the globe use World Braille Day to promote awareness about the challenges faced by visually impaired individuals and to encourage businesses and governments to create economic and social opportunities for […]

Mommy’s Little Helper

Mommy’s Little Helper

On a warm Saturday afternoon in November, my nine-year-old daughter Sarah and I walked down the street to Seven-11. She’d aced a spelling test the day before, and I decided to treat her to a Slurpee. At the convenience store counter, I started digging for loose change in my purse. The line was long, and […]

Holiday Concert @ The Lavelle School For the Blind

Holiday Concert @ The Lavelle School For the Blind

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and schools across New York City are preparing for their annual holiday concerts. The many talented students at the Lavelle School for the Blind are among them! This Friday, December 22nd, from 9:30AM to 11:00AM Lavelle will open it’s doors to students, their families and the Bronx community […]

Yes, Blind Children, You May Touch Your Elves on the Shelf: A Letter From Santa Claus

Yes, Blind Children, You May Touch Your Elves on the Shelf: A Letter From Santa Claus

Blind Motherhood is hand-delivering a note from Santa, who gives permission to children who are blind or visually impaired to touch their “Elf on the Shelf.” We hope you utilize this post from to make the holidays even more meaningful for your child with a visual impairment. Yes, Blind Children, You May Touch Your Elves on […]

Free Braille Letters From Santa – Braille Works & The NFB

Free Braille Letters From Santa – Braille Works & The NFB

Does Santa read braille? Of course, he does! And both Braille Works and the National Federation of the Blind want to send your child a “FREE” letter from the man in the big, red suit this holiday season. Braille Works Braille Works is one of the nation’s leading providers of reading materials for people who […]

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