Savvy mum reveals she created an at-home sensory den for her visually impaired daughter for £300 – Daily Mail

A mother has revealed how she created a DIY sensory den so her visually impaired daughter has somewhere to relax away from the ‘madness’ of the family home.

Kirstie Dallas, 27, lives in Belfast with her son Carter, five, and four-year-old Esmé, who has severe Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI), which is a form of visual impairment caused by the brain not being able to process information from the eyes passing along the visual pathways to the brain.

‘She’s registered blind, as even though her eyes are perfectly healthy, her brain is not,’ explained Kirstie. Esmé’s condition is due to a rare neurological genetic disorder called pontocerebellar hypoplasia.

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