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Give the Gift of Shared Time
Two children pose in front of a Christmas tree in holiday outfits holding hands.So often, when we buy presents for other people, they are nice, but not necessarily needed. But what would happen this year if instead of buying gifts, we spent quality time creating a unique experience together?


This article highlights experiences that you can give a child who is visually impaired and the importance of quality time together.


If you’re stuck for what to buy, or you’re thinking of someone who has everything, consider the gift of shared experiences.


What experiences have you given to a friend or family member? Share your story in the comment section.


Experience Gifts for Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired Celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa


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