Myles won't wear his glasses at all now so I don't know if that means they are no longer helping or if it is just a two year old thing. He keeps breaking them and I can't even keep them on long enough to read a book to him. So his vision may be declining. His nystagmus is worse lately and I am having to remind him more and more to use his eyes too, not just his hands. When he does actually look at something he puts it very close to his eyes and says "hmmm"or"ohhhh" so , he still sees something.
We are working on Braille readiness. So we are trying to learn top, bottom, and sides, and to run his hand from left to right across the page. He loves the feel of paper, thank goodness. My son and daughter both have sensory issues with paper and I was worried that he would too. We have been encouraging him to touch it and play with it since he was 8 months old so maybe that has paid off. He still hates the feel of sand, rice, coffee grounds and grits. So I am temporarily out of ideas for the sand table play. We are supposed to hide things in one of these boxes of sand, rice, grits or coffee grounds and let him "discover them". He just refuses to put his hands in it. He will stick in one finger then pull it out and wipe it on his shirt repeatedly. As with most two year olds the things I want him to touch and play with he won't and the things I don't want him to touch and play with he goes back to constantly. The joys of the terrible twos!