Technology is making inclusion the word of the day for people who are blind or visually impaired. Imagine the joy when a student who is blind or visually impaired experiences their first eclipse right along with their classmates. It’s possible, because now — there’s an app for that! Check out the story: ABC’s story
What an incredibly clever idea to improve literacy and inclusion for children who are blind or visually impaired. Sighted children get to learn a code. Come on, Lego, you HAVE to make these. They’re way too cool…
I write for a number of nonprofits that offer services to people with disabilities. I’m always fascinated by people’s stories of learning how to adapt to difficult situations. There’s much for everyone to learn. The following is a beautiful story of a judo enthusiast. Enjoy! Knowing How To Fall from lonely cactus on Vimeo.
I was about to interview an accomplished pianist, who happened to be blind, for a nonprofit’s fundraising letter. Why did you get into your line of work? he asked me before we started. Well, I responded, I am intrigued by resiliency. I am interested in how people find a way to solve major problems or […]