How amazing was Valerie Hunter Gordon? When my young ones...
How many mini stickers have you eaten when munching apples? Or how many times have you been asked for your driver’s licence for ID when you’re using a white cane? Or how many times have you laughed when someone says “check out this hilarious meme”? It could be funny if you could see it. But you laugh out loud anyway because everyone else is and besides you want to be polite.
As members of the blind and low vision community, we ask ourselves these mind-boggling questions every day. Then we always remind ourselves to look at the lighter side of life and never let sight get in the way of a good story.
We’ve all done it. But we didn’t know we were doing it. Twalking, the timeless art of merging talk and walk, has been a cherished
As a farmer’s daughter living in country Tasmania in the 1960s, there were limited opportunities for learning to play music. But all that changed when we moved to the city.
Recently an exciting opportunity landed in my lap – an invitation to lead a park sensory walk. As someone who cherishes the tranquillity of park