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Five Questions To Ask When Buying A Blindness Cane

Five Questions To Ask When Buying A Blindness Cane

One of the common stereotypes I first believed when I was told that I should consider buying a blindness cane is that all canes are one size fits all and that it’s as easy as choosing a random cane online and checking out. However, I…

Middle School Classrooms and Low Vision: Designing Accessible Classrooms Series

Middle School Classrooms and Low Vision: Designing Accessible Classrooms Series

Last semester, I had the opportunity to work with an elementary school-aged student and their teachers to help implement various accessibility tools within the classroom. After observing how the student moved around the classroom, I created a plan to help make their classroom more inclusive…

How To Create Accessible Map Charts For Low Vision

How To Create Accessible Map Charts For Low Vision

One of the most popular topics in the accessibility space right now is accessible data visualizations and how to make graphs and charts accessible for people with vision loss- inclusive of blind, low vision, and visual impairment. Since this is such an emerging space, a…

Introduction To Low Vision IEPs: Post Round Up

Introduction To Low Vision IEPs: Post Round Up

I’ve received hundreds of messages over the years from parents asking me questions about Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), specifically low vision IEPs and IEPs for visual impairment. Since I had an IEP in elementary school and again in high school for low vision, I’ve been…

Elementary School Classrooms And Low Vision: Designing Accessible Classrooms Series

Elementary School Classrooms And Low Vision: Designing Accessible Classrooms Series

Last semester, I had the opportunity to work with an elementary school-aged student and their teachers to help implement various accessibility tools within the classroom. After observing how the student moved around the classroom, I created a plan to help make their classroom more inclusive…

How To Make Tumblr Themes Accessible For Low Vision

How To Make Tumblr Themes Accessible For Low Vision

Learning to customize Tumblr themes often serves as an introduction to learning the basics of web design and designing spaces that can be accessed by many different types of users. However, I’ve noticed that while many of the custom Tumblr themes I’ve encountered on blogs…

How To Handle Medical Emergencies In A Dorm

How To Handle Medical Emergencies In A Dorm

Dealing with medical emergencies while living in the dorm/on campus housing

Blindness Canes and Campus Addresses: Navigating College Campuses

Blindness Canes and Campus Addresses: Navigating College Campuses

Important addresses to keep in college, great for orientation and mobility instruction

Blindness Canes and Dorm Buildings: Navigating College Campuses

Blindness Canes and Dorm Buildings: Navigating College Campuses

Welcome to my Navigating College Campuses series, where I talk about all of the different ways I use Orientation and Mobility (O&M) techniques and my blindness cane as a student with low vision at my large public university. After spending four years living on my…

How To Make Text Cursors Easier To See In Windows

How To Make Text Cursors Easier To See In Windows

I received an email from a Teacher of the Visually Impaired who was wondering how to make text cursors easier to see in Windows 10. While they knew all about the large mouse pointers available in Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices, they had no…

How To Create Accessible Diagrams For Low Vision

How To Create Accessible Diagrams For Low Vision

When I was in elementary, middle, and high school, I often struggled to read diagrams that my teacher would show in class or print on a worksheet or exam.┬áIt wasn’t until college that I learned about creating and adapting accessible diagrams for low vision in…

How To Adapt Puzzle Games For Low Vision

How To Adapt Puzzle Games For Low Vision

When I was in third grade, my parents would buy me several different large print word search books that would entertain me for hours as I looked for various words. While I’m sure the large print books were not specifically targeted at a nine-year-old that…

Organizing A Walk-In Closet With Vision Loss

Organizing A Walk-In Closet With Vision Loss

Now that I am no longer living in a dorm, I have access to a large, walk-in closet where I can store all of my clothes, accessories, shoes, and other items. When I recently moved my items into a different closet, I found myself thinking…

Visual Assistance Apps: Post Round Up

Visual Assistance Apps: Post Round Up

I’ve written about several visual assistance apps on Veronica With Four Eyes, and how I use visual assistance apps with low vision in my day-to-day life. However, it can be difficult to keep track of what each service does, and how it is used. For…

Blindness Canes and Performing Arts Centers: Navigating College Campuses

Blindness Canes and Performing Arts Centers: Navigating College Campuses

Attending theater productions and arts events with vision impairment