Guest post by Audrey Demmitt Rn Audrey Demmitt is part of the PALS (Peer Advisors Life Support) at VisionAware.org. She is a wife, mother of three adult children, and a registered nurse. At age 25, she was diagnosed with RP (retinitis pigmentosa.) She worked for 30 years as a nurse, and as an Adjustment to […]Read more "Vision Loss Happens to the whole Family"
Once you’ve got the kitchen and bathroom surfaces in hand, you can start on their floors. A vacuum cleaner-broom combo works best for any dry floor including kitchen and bathroom. Put your hand (wearing thin disposable gloves,) on the kitchen floor in a few places to check the dirt level especially under appliances and fixtures. […]Read more "Cleaning by Touch: FLOORS"
When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes: Vision Loss and Personal Recovery, a how-to guide for people losing sight and their families is being published in July 2019, including accessible versions. This post is referred to in Chapter 7: A Home That Works for Everyone It’s good to start with something simple you can get your […]Read more "CLEANING BY TOUCH: COUNTERTOPS AND TABLES"
Updates and comments to When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes Amendment Chapter 2: “Finances, Employment, and Housing” The FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) does not mandate compensation by the employer during the 12 weeks leave of absence. Some employers offer some pay as part of the benefits they offer, but others do not. VisionAware.org is […]Read more "Book: Updates and Comments"
First you buy the book on a laptop or desktop computer from Google Play Books: When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes: Vision Loss and Personal Recovery – $15.63 Or you can apply for a copy free of charge by filling out this simple form. On your phone or tablet go to the Apple app store […]Read more "Book: How to read on Google Play Books"