Saturday, April 11, 2009

Students with sensory disabilities hunt for special Easter eggs

Cory Steel, 14, finds a beeping egg during a special Easter egg hunt for hearing- and visually impaired students from the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.

An Arizona Easter egg hunt featured beeping eggs to help students with visual disabilities find them. "It was like there were a lot of crickets chirping out here," said Keith Hinton, 21, a student at Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind who cannot see. "It wasn't easy to find an egg, but considering I found one, I'm happy." Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)


----- Jennifer ----- said...

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Anonymous said...

I enjoyed reading this post. That is a great way to have students with disabilities to move around and get involved.

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