What does a mobility cane indicate? How important are the colors? I once hated my cane and what it stood for: a loss of my independence. Here’s an excerpt from my book, Mobility Matters: I crossed my arms. “It’s
A Right Way to Treat … Human Kind Why You Gotta Be So Rude? by Erin Howell As a follow-up to yesterday’s post on “What’s an RP Moment?” I have Erin Howell here via her youtube video entitled, “Why You
Adventures in the Kitchen Low Vision Cooking Hazard: “Fire!” *** One of my contributions to a household of three is to cook dinner for an elderly mother and hard-to-please brother. It was difficult
Friday Friends Spotlight on Dave Steele *** What a treat you’re in for today! Meet Dave Steele and his family. Dave’s the big guy with the grin on his face. But he wasn’t always smiling. It’s not easy when you’re
Letter of Advice to Vision-Impaired Folks *** Dear Friends, Where are you in the vision loss spectrum? Maybe your loss is gradual and you can’t imagine you need anything to help you get around. I didn’t need anything, for certain.
My older brother, Mike, is so observant. If he sees someone in uniform, he always stops to thank that person and humbly shakes his / her hand. This week he saw some people pushing a car into a driveway from the road.