Resources for Parents of Blind Children

About Sarah Blake LaRose

Sarah Blake LaRose is a freelance writer and a professor of Biblical Hebrew at Anderson University School of Theology in Anderson, Indiana. She is one of three blind academic scholars who received the Jacob Bolotin Award from the National Federation of the Blind in 2016 in recognition of innovative work in the field of access to biblical language texts and tools for people who are blind.

Whether you are just beginning your journey with a baby who has recently been diagnosed with legal blindness, or whether you are looking for resources to help your visually impaired teenager with transition to college, Night-Light provides resources to help you and your family.

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