Vision impairment

Discover how assistive devices and techniques can improve vision for individuals with vision impairment. Explore top ideas to enhance independence and quality of life.
What I found very informative is: not being afraid to ask questions and describing the layout of large rooms to those with vision impairments. Two very important points which I haven't thought about before and I'll now use when interacting with people who have visual impairments. Blindness Awareness, Disability Awareness, Blind Children, Business Etiquette, Vision Loss, Smart Business, Business Meeting, Low Vision, Visually Impaired

What I found very informative is: not being afraid to ask questions and describing the layout of large rooms to those with vision impairments. Two very important points which I haven't thought about before and I'll now use when interacting with people who have visual impairments.

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Kitchen Gadgets for the Visually Impaired Cook | The Kitchn Visually Impaired Children, Adaptive Equipment, Low Vision, Very Clever, Photo Stock Images, Independent Living, Kitchen Gadgets, Visions, Blinds

We depend on our eyes all the time in the kitchen, from reading a recipe to measuring flour to making sure we’re opening a can of tomatoes and not black beans. So how does a person with vision impairment do it? The Cooking Channel profiled a low vision cook who uses a few cool gadgets to help her find her way around the kitchen.

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A GREAT way to help BVI children learn to read is to prepare you own, DIY Touch & Feel Books. The ex. here is made from a store bought book, If Animals Could Kiss Good Night! With sparkle foam for ice, swizzle sticks for snakes, & fabric for the giraffe's neck, this is more than a story; it's a tool to teach BVI children to read with their hands. #Blind #EarlyIntervention Pinned by LighthouseCentralFlorida.org Giraffe Neck, Animals Kissing, Visually Impaired, Hatchling, Bvi, Early Intervention, Books To Buy, Swizzle, Learn To Read

A GREAT way to help BVI children learn to read is to prepare you own, DIY Touch & Feel Books. The ex. here is made from a store bought book, If Animals Could Kiss Good Night! With sparkle foam for ice, swizzle sticks for snakes, & fabric for the giraffe's neck, this is more than a story; it's a tool to teach BVI children to read with their hands. #Blind #EarlyIntervention Pinned by LighthouseCentralFlorida.org

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Brooke Bailey Helms
Blind Engineer Invents A 'Smart Cane' That Uses Google Maps To Help Blind People Navigate Wildlife Photos, Wildlife Photography, Visually Impaired, Flying Car, Engineering Student, Bluetooth Technology, Photography Contests, Digital Trends, Built In Speakers

Today, many products have been reinvented through technology. From smart planters to smart TVs, the power of technology doesn't surprise us anymore. While many of the newest technological creations are dedicated to entertainment, there are many which contribute to our well being, especially to those who experience a disability of some sort.

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思又 王