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A driving trip or resort vacation for the whole family can be lots of fun, but how do you maximize the experience for a child with a visual impairment? Instructors Sue Melrose and Ginger Irwin from The Hadley School for the Blind, which offers free distance education courses for family members of a person with a visual impairment, provide ideas and expertise to make your family getaway fun for everyone:
It's important children don't assume they won't be able to participate in fun vacation activities because they are visually impaired.
Founded in 1920, The Hadley School for the Blind's mission is to promote independent living through lifelong, distance education programs for people who are blind or visually impaired, their families, and blindness service providers. The world's largest educator of braille, Hadley enrolls more than 10,000 students in all 50 states and 100 countries each year. For more information, visit www.hadley.edu or call 800-323-4238.
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