Here is the video of my interview with Sylvia Stinson-Perez. Self-advocacy and my book: When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes, were highlighted at Mississippi State University’s online Conference on September 4, 2020. Sylvia is the director of the technical Assistance Center for Older Individuals who are Blind, OIB-TAC. The interview got great reviews.Read more "Self-Advocacy Highlighted at Conference"
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While you wait out COVID19 here’s a great list of books about adjusting to vision loss and blindness compiled by vision rehab professionals earlier this summer. Many of these books are memoirs and reading how other people have worked to create a whole life is an important part of personal recovery. VisionAware has a post […]Read more "Fall Reading: Creative Adjustments to Vision Loss and the Virus!"
My last birthday was biggish and my generous younger daughter offered me my choice of a new smartphone. My remaining vision depends on color so I loved the large screens and brighter colors. I did think, but not very hard, about the extra stretch to reach the buttons, which are also tougher to press, combined […]Read more "Bigger Smartphones Can Mean Hand Pain"
Hands sliding over a new toaster to check out the placement of the slots and controls. This post Your Wonderful Hands is a re-post from the early months of this blog: August 2014. It’s to remind all of us who live with sight loss how vital and skillful our hands are. It accompanies the […]Read more "Your Wonderful Hands Re-Post from June 2014"
C Conversation with Haben Girma, Re-post from AFB American Foundation for the Blind. Haben is a disability rights lawyer, author and speaker, who gained a Harvard law degree despite blindness and deafness. In this interview she speaks of the necessity of building a team of friends. I have paired this interview with the Joe Buizon […]Read more "A conversation with Haben Girma, Re-Post from AFB"
Referred to in my new book When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes: Vision Loss and Personal Recovery, Chapter 12, “Continuing at Your Work.” There is more expert thinking from Joe in Chapter 1, “What About Your Job?” and Chapter 12, “Can You Keep Your Job?” Background with photo An Interview with Joe Buizon, Employment […]Read more "Pointers Towards Employment"