All I have learned since falling over a parking block six months ago: It’s not so much the broken arm; it’s the staying home effect! Isolation has been the scourge of the pandemic especially for anyone with a disability, and isolation has affected many people with vision disability severely. The Covid situation is better now […]Read more "Balance, My Broken Arm and Blah: The Effects of Staying Home"
How Universal Design Creates Inclusive Infrastructure, Re-Post from Bloomberg News (and AER). This re-post focuses on a community of people with autism not vision loss, but it shows what can be done. Universal design is being promoted for infrastructure projects in the big Bill now in Congress. Universal design in public buildings, historic sites, medical […]Read more "How Universal Design Creates Inclusive Infrastructure, Repost from Bloomberg News"
VisionAware celebrated the Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990, with a webinar “When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes, Self-Advocacy and Low Vision” which I presented. The 2 Q and A sessions provided heaps of excellent questions and VisionAware added some real-time expertise. Melanie Pescoe moderated the webinar, with Pris Rogers. Here it is!Read more "VisionAware Webinar"