Coming to Terms with Fear A Change I Could Not See For years, I feared losing my vision. But I learned to adapt. My vision loss didn’t change my career or any of my goals. I just approached them in another
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
Sometimes people stare at me as I stride out in public with my cane. Winter is the worst time for me because I never trained in the snow. So, I just make it up as I go along. I can’t move forward with nice smooth arcs because the snow is lumpy, and the sidewalk, even parking lots, aren’t shoveled properly. So, my cane gets stuck. I pull it loose, and oh my goodness, I gotta beware nobody is near because I could easily. Hit. Them. In. The. Head.