Parenting a visually impaired child while nurturing confidence
Two little girls in dresses walk across a bridge into a meadow away from the cameraAlthough Charlotte grew up visually impaired, it took her a long time to understand that she was different because of the way her family treated her. In this article, Charlotte discusses her childhood and the positive ways in which her family helped her to become a successful, independent adult. She also suggests ways in which to treat a child who is visually impaired to nurture independence and confidence within him. 

Do you have any tips to add to Charlotte’s article? Share your thoughts in the comment section. 

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