How to create a disability services file in college and make sure services are set for the first day
Dedicated to beagle butt, who attended over 50 therapy dog reading programs and helped dozens of children be comfortable around dogs. This week, a news story went viral about a therapy dog reading program in Minnesota. One of the dogs in the program, named Sting, […]
My Twitter feed has been filled with tweets about HR 620 and ways to contact representatives. I noticed when talking to people around me about it, they figured that since the bill has the acronym ADA in it, it must be a good thing. This […]
Five math websites accessible for students with low vision, blindness, vision impairments, and their peers.
I’ve talked a lot about the lessons I learned from various staff members at my schools, including my teacher of the visually impaired and my case manager- read the post about my TVI here and my case manager here. However, my guidance counselors were also […]
If someone went on your website or profile with their eyes closed, would they still be able to find their way around? As more and more people develop vision impairments, they turn to assistive technology in order to access content- read more about this in […]
As a college student with low vision, I constantly find myself surrounded by things I can’t see. I don’t always have someone with me that can help me figure out what’s around me, but I do always have my iPad and internet access on my […]
Including students with blindness and low vision in classroom science labs and experiments