Special device helps blind children enjoy Easter egg hunt
An egg-stra special creation is helping blind and visually-impaired children participate in a long-standing Easter tradition.
The devices, Easter eggs that emit a beeping sound, are part of a push to make egg hunts fun for more children across the country.
David Hyche is one of the main forces behind this movement. He has made it his mission to have his daughter Rachel, who is blind, fully participate in an egg hunt.
"My daughter at 4 months old lost her vision. She has a disease called retinopathy of prematurity, and my first thought was that she could never have a ‘normal life' … [but] she quickly taught me by the time she was 18 months old saying, ‘I'll do it by myself'," Hyche told FoxNews.com.
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