This post is referred to in Chapter 7: A Home That Works for Everyone, in my new book When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes: vision Loss and Personal Recovery , published this month. Buying online is getting popular and can be easier than getting to the store. There are big variations in how accessible online […]Read more "CHOOSING CLOTHES AND OUTFITS"
Guest post by Jennifer Harnish. Dr. Harnish is the Director of Rehabilitation services at the Carroll Center for the Blind with a doctorate in clinical psychology. She is an advocate for policy, training, and therapeutic support for those with visual impairments. Jennifer has been legally blind since 1997 from Retinitis Pigmentosa. She is the mother […]Read more "PARENTING AND BABYSITTING WITH VISION Loss"
This post is referred to in Chapter 9: Independent Socializing of my new book When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes: Vision Loss and Personal Recovery, a How To guide for people losing sight and their friends published this month, including accessible versions. Churches, temples and mosques are charitable places where people want to be […]Read more "ACCESS TO WORSHIP"