Hey folks, I've just updated my theme! Gone is the boring white text on black background. Truly the definition of monotony! Through it is accessible for low vision readers, the theme was just so... so-so! I have added different menus, so I'll be shuffling things around, look for reblogs! I hope that you like this … Continue reading Updated site
Here is a recent article focusing on Grabbing of a Person who is Vision Impaired. I am lucky that most people do not grab me, yet it has happened! Check out Jerked on the Subway... I’m visually impaired, but it doesn’t give you the right to grab me Dr Amy KavanaghTuesday 31 Jul 2018 5:04 pm … Continue reading No grabbing please and thank you!
Yup, you guessed it... both my kids were hurt today. I was roughhousing with the older boy and I guess I either stepped on his foot or the foot connected to a table. Say sorry I did. The younger boy was out riding his bike and came home with a bloody toes (he was wearing … Continue reading Ouch!
Hey there, The article is back up, and I want to comment on one thing before I send you the link.... The blogger mentions that many people with rare syndromes experience many emotions, such as: Anger, Fear, Guilt, Frustration, and Self-loathing. The Blogger delineated ways in which the feelings show up... I am going to … Continue reading Hidden Symptoms of Rare Syndromes
Well? Did you? Or an Ambulance, or a Police cruiser? Those sirens can be mega loud! Plus the lights! Blinding yes! I tell you! For me, Deaf-Blind, I cannot hear the siren of any of those, unless they are a foot away, and I am looking away from them! Here is an analogy... Once … Continue reading Did you hear the Fire Truck?
Hey Folks! My wife, I love her dearly, sent me a link to an amazing article on Hidden symptoms of rare syndromes. And remember, I do have a very rare syndrome: only 34 people worldwide are documented with CAPOS. Rather than putting the link at the top then having you, my faithful readers, click out … Continue reading Hidden symptoms of Rare syndromes
Hey folks, I have no skills with braille, at all. I did learn it, but never got the hang of it, never practiced outside of class... So it matters not a lot to me... However, I have many friends who are quite skilled at it, and its many shortcuts, abbreviations and new codes. My best … Continue reading Braille display