Keeping Stress Levels to a Minimum – Traveling for the Visually Impaired Even the best laid plans for traveling can fall apart at the seams very quickly when things start to go wrong, and that can be stressful for any traveler, let alone someone who is coping with a visual impairment. Although you … [Read more...] about Traveling for the Visually Impaired
Guest post: Jackie Waters - bedroom organization for people who are blind or visually impaired Do you have questions about organizing and decorating a bedroom in your home for a visually impaired occupant? Are you new to the process? It’s important to remember that you aren’t alone. Many … [Read more...] about Bedroom Organization for the Visually Impaired
Pivots are how you find your way to the gold at the end of the rainbow! Pivots, according to Merriam Webster, are the action of turning around a point. Steve Blank uses the term a bit differently. “I want to introduce the concept of the pivot, the idea that successful startups change directions … [Read more...] about Pivots and Enabling Technology
Superpowers for people with disabilities? Based on how society has marginalized them, we'll have to hope they become good, not evil, superheroes! How many parents have warned an older sibling to be kind to their younger sibling as some day they may be bigger, stronger, and smarter. The same caution … [Read more...] about Superpowers for people with disabilities
Are you normal, different, differently-abled, similar, or none of the above? How would you categorize someone who is blind in a sighted world? Many answers avail. Some would jump to disabled and I’m sure others would say different. A few might jump to differently-abled. It’s a term I personally … [Read more...] about Different, Differently-Abled, Similar?