The toys, games, activities and equipment listed here are for children who require visual stimulation.
This includes diffraction mirrors and tubes, lighting, and reflective coloured panels.
Many of these items can be operated by switches, enabling children to have individual control over the visual stimulation they receive.
There are many skills involved in using the eyes for vision. For example, children must be able to:
If you are concerned about your child's vision, always seek advice from a qualified optometrist.
The items listed here can help with the development of the skills listed above, but advice should always be sought on this from an appropriately qualified health professional, perhaps with guidance from an optometrist.
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