Join us along with other local families to learn about adaptations and strategies to boost your child’s literacy/reading abilities at all levels.
WCBVI Outreach will be offering a full-day Inservice on using Google Apps for Education using Chromebooks and non-visual access technology.
A weekend program for Wisconsin students who are blind and visually impaired ages 8-16. Students will meet new friends, make blankets for the homeless, and make animal treats for the humane society while enjoying fall recreation.
Come and learn about your transition options and plan for what comes after high school.
A structured play opportunity to learn in a group setting, to socialize and practice communication/language and to interact with peer modeling.
Registration is now open for the 2017 Braille Olympics and Wisconsin Regional Braille Challenge.
Dawn Soto is a teacher in the Little Peanuts Center here at the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. She was recently honored by WISC-TV as the September Topnotch Teacher.
Tuvan throat singing group Huun Huur Tu performed at WCBVI on September 28th.
William H. English, a.k.a. Mr. English, passed away on August 9, 2016, in his adopted state of Wisconsin.
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