Make a Texture Book
Early literacy begins in the first three years of a child’s life. How do you make books engaging when the pictures are not interesting or meaningful to a very young child who’s blind or visually impaired? A texture book is a simple solution and it's easy to make yourself. It might become your child’s favorite book! Learn how to make one HERE .  

Learn from Our Teachers
A Shared Vision’s teachers will be demonstrating how to make texture books and story boxes at four different locations this spring . Click HERE to register for these FREE events..
Spotlight on Sarah Vallese
Sarah is a third- generation Early Intervention Teacher of the Visually Impaired who has been practicing for the past 12 years. 

Sarah has always been drawn to working with young children and their families. When finishing graduate school, she had two internships that changed her life, and she knew that working with little ones was her passion. “I found a new ability to use my creativity to provide rich real-world experiences for children with visual impairments,” explains Sarah.

Sarah is often coaching parents of children with visual impairments on two lessons. "Parents know their child best. They can trust their instincts - they know more than they think they do. They are the MOST important person in their child's life. And two -- their child is capable. Set the bar high. They will show us all the miraculous things that they can do.”

Sarah is leaving A Shared Vision at the end of March to move closer to her husband’s family in New Jersey. We wish her all the best on her next journey! MEET OUR TEAM

Join us for a fun, sensory learning activity and meet other A Shared Vision families in your area!

Make a story box with us and build your child's literacy skills at these locations.

  • March 26, Greeley, Farr Library
  • April 8, Sterling, Sterling Library
  • April 12, Denver, Eloise May Library

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A Shared Vision is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. We are the leading provider of in-home and community vision services in Colorado. We inspire and empower families to nurture the development of their very young children who are blind or visually impaired so that all children may discover their brightest future.
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