How I see it – Travelling blindfolded is not as easy as it looks

Just before Christmas, I started re-training in orientation and mobility (O&M) to help out a trainee instructor by allowing her to design and teach me a complete program. The programme ensures that my travel skills are up-to-date while helping her become an instructor. Currently, we are about halfway through our program, with two sessions a... Continue Reading →

How I see it … a dichotomy – the influence of appearance on society and society on appearance

Today, I was informed by a healthcare professional that I didn't fit into the neat and orderly¬†categories that society defines for us. We were discussing the challenges of reading print on paper, a screen and the multiple factors that influence this (lighting, angle, glare, fatigue etc.), along with the fact that traditional methods of magnification... Continue Reading →

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