This is a girl with visual impairment due to bilateral retinal detachment who is learning to put her socks on. She has become more interested in participating in her daily routines and becoming more independent. Because she is blind, learning new things has to be more intentional for her caregivers and therapists. Body labeling and directions such as up, down, forward, backward, in, out, on all need to start at a very early age. We utilize verbal and tactile cuing along with hand-under-hand as much as realistic.