Babyproofing your home for visually impaired infants

Click here to view our Babyproofing your Home for a Visually Impaired Baby or Toddler ebook.

All parents have concerns about their baby’s safety at home, especially when they start to move around. When your child is blind or has limited vision this can be an additional worry. There are many things you can do to adapt your home for your child. This ebook deals with the safety aspect. For ideas on how to adapt your home to promote independence please see the ebook titled ‘Organising and Adapting Your Home For Your Visually Impaired Child.

Related Hints & Tips

Find out more about living with sight loss with our hints and tips.

  • Mark holding a Sm@art Technology Button with Text that shows Revolutionary Road Crossing and Henshaws Logo

    Sm@rt Technology: Revolutionising road crossings

    Posted Feb 2024
  • Joanna, Henshaws counsellor

    A guide to the emotional impact of sight loss

    Posted Jan 2024
  • The Be My AI interface, showing the Take Picture button in the centre of the screen. Along the bottom are the five tabs found in the Be My Eyes app: Get Support, Be My AI, Community, Learn and Settings.

    Be My AI: Powerful visual assistance with AI

    Posted Dec 2023
Henshaws graphic with pink and purple shapes

Learn how to get involved

From fundraising events to volunteering, there are plenty of ways to give to make a difference at Henshaws

Accreditations & Awards