Answering the who, what, when, where, and why about plastic straw bans and how they impact people with disabilities, with a focus on vision impairment and Chiari Malformation
My eye doctor first recommended that I get tinted glasses in eighth grade. I was worried people might tease me for looking like I wear sunglasses all the time. More specifically, I worried about teasing for wearing sunglasses at night. I had started developing light […]
Ten ways to identify prescription and over the counter medication for people with vision impairments, with no-tech and high-tech assistive technology options available
Over the years, I have found several fantastic neck pillows for pain that I have used for various reasons. Some neck pillows are better for me when I’m resting my head in the car, while other neck pillows for whiplash have helped me cope with […]
There have been many instances where I have been sitting in my dorm room, and suddenly the power would cut out. Sometimes it was just for a few seconds, but I once was in the dark for 36 hours, and am currently writing this post […]
Visiting Christmas and holiday light displays with migraines, epilepsy, and similar photosensitive conditions.
Ten tips for ensuring PowerPoint presentations are accessible for people with disabilities from the start.