Including visually impaired children in holiday traditions
A young boy stands in the snow with a Santa hat covering his eyes. He is holding a candy cane nearly as big as he is.Having a child who is visually impaired means that you may want to adjust a few things during the holidays to help them more fully experience the traditions that everyone else is witnessing.

The writer of this article is a mother of a deafblind child and gives 10 ideas for how to provide tactile ways to include a child in the holiday traditions. They are all low cost, low stress, high impact ideas that you can undertake together.

Do you have any other ideas to share? Add yours in the comment section. 

10 Ways to Include You Child in the Christmas Fun

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