Veronica With Four Eyes

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To My Teachers Reading My Blog

To My Teachers Reading My Blog

To my teachers reading my blog today: Today is the first birthday of Veronica With Four Eyes, the blog that I created to share my life with low vision and chronic illness. On this blog, I have written almost daily about my experiences going through […]

All About The Cogswell-Macy Act

All About The Cogswell-Macy Act

Right now, a lot of people in the low vision and blindness community are talking about the Cogswell-Macy Act and how it can help students with disabilities. Today, I am answering common questions people may have about this bill, and explaining why it is so […]

How Do People With Low Vision…Live With Dogs?

How Do People With Low Vision…Live With Dogs?

Dedicated to beagle butt and L.E, two of the greatest dogs someone could have I have been around dogs for almost my entire life, and love them very much. My first dog was certified with me so we could become a therapy dog team, sharing […]

What To Say When Meeting Politicians

What To Say When Meeting Politicians

I attended an election watch event a few days ago for Ralph Northam, who is now the governor-elect of Virginia. After all of the speeches concluded for the evening, newly elected officials as well as other politicians made their way through the crowd, talking to […]

My Microsoft Feature

My Microsoft Feature

A few months ago, I was contacted by Microsoft Accessibility on Twitter asking if I would like to be part of a video series on how Microsoft products help me as a student with low vision. I agreed almost immediately, and ultimately was chosen to […]

How Pillow Pets Help Me Navigate My Bedroom

How Pillow Pets Help Me Navigate My Bedroom

I walk into objects frequently due to my low vision, and my legs and arms frequently have several bruises on them as a result. I run into tables, chairs, doors, and my bed on a near daily basis. This isn’t because my room is messy […]

Six Word Horror Stories for Students with Low Vision

Six Word Horror Stories for Students with Low Vision

Some of my experiences in high school can be described as horror stories. Since I don’t like to dwell on the past, or make my blog a place where I can complain about my impairment, I decided to sum up my most awful school experiences […]

Five Low Vision Twitter Accounts To Follow

Five Low Vision Twitter Accounts To Follow

I’ve been on Twitter for a little less than a year now, and didn’t start actively using the platform until March. Since then, I’ve discovered that there is a whole world of resources on low vision, blindness, accessibility, and so much more- I regularly receive […]

Make Vision Count: Vision Impairment Starter Kit

Make Vision Count: Vision Impairment Starter Kit

On the second Thursday of October, the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness celebrates World Sight Day, which coincides with National Blindness Awareness Month here in the United States. The purpose of World Sight Day is to spread awareness about the importance of eye […]

Answering Stranger’s Questions- Glasses Edition

Answering Stranger’s Questions- Glasses Edition

I have had many people approach me asking about my glasses in recent times, typically asking about different characteristics like the prescription, lenses, or frames, not necessarily what my visual acuity is. In honor of Blindness Awareness Month, here is how I answer the most […]