When a child is born with some degree of visual impairment, the rest of their senses are honed to compensate for the loss of vision. Regardless of the severity of their visual impairment, the game will play a role in their growth and inspire them to keep discovering new things, whether their impairment is whole or partial. To help develop the other senses, games with varying degrees of vision impairment need to include anything from highly bright and contrasting colors (in the case of partial visual impairment) to noises and/or textures (in the event of complete visual impairment). We've compiled a list of recommended readings, games, and other resources that might help them hone these abilities. The potential and preferences of your child should be taken into consideration when you make your decision.