VisionLossandPersonalRecovery.com (VLPRBlog.com) thanks everyone who has read and commented on any of the blog posts this year. I hope that you find plenty of joy during the holiday season, and that you will add to your belief in your own value by offering support and help to others. Vision Loss and Personal recovery will be […]Read more "Holiday Greetings and Best Wishes"
Can you join in with everyone else at a carol service or Holiday sing along? What if you only know the first verse? It gets frustrating when you have to la-la along and everyone else can read the words and be joyful and triumphant! Here is a cheat sheet for some favorite chunnukah, […]Read more "Joining In: Do You Know More than the First Verse of Holiday Carols and Songs?"
If you are registered as legally blind, you qualify for an iBill from the Federal Government so you can read money bills easily. The iBill is a neat device you can carry in your pocket or purse. It will reads the denomination of your bills. Provided you can slide the bill into the […]Read more "Important Money Reading Update: You Will Want to Know About This!"
A fun and easy way to spice up your home for the holiday season that you and your family can enjoy. Hi everyone! My name is Tina de Araujo and I work at the Carroll Center for the Blind in Newton Ma. I am a Vision Rehabilitation Therapist, and I love my […]Read more "Happy Scented Holidays"
Is inviting neighbors, friends or relations to coffee or dinner a reasonable proposition if you do not have any assistance? Here are three facts to help you decide: The best thing about being the host at home is you know just where everything is and can move freely and confidently. You are in charge […]Read more "Hosting at Home: Make it Easy on Yourself"