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Camp Inter-Actions is a traditional summer camp experience for children who are blind or visually impaired.
Little Rock Foundation's annual summer camp for visually impaired and blind childrenSource: YMCA
Camp in Maine.
Future Reflections (2002).
Bernhard Beck-Winchatz asserts that "there is nothing a blind person could not do as well" in the field of astronomy. He co-developed Touch the Universe – A NASA Braille Book of Astronomy, which makes Hubble Space Telescope images accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired.Source: National Federation of the Blind (NFB)
This site is a resource for O&M Specialist's to use for creative lesson plans to teach their students.
This site uses your location to display movies in your area with accessible technology, including captioning and descriptive audio. Use the filter to display only the movies with the technology you need. Users may also search by theater.
This booklet is written by a cane traveler and covers aspects of cane travel, such as Getting the Cane Ready, Actually Walking Around, Public Transportation, and Times and Places without the Usual Landmarks.Source: National Federation of the Blind (NFB)
This section of AER's website has information about the skills and responsibilities of O&M Specialists, a list of training programs, a job exchange, and information about current issues in the field, such as environmental access.Source: Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER)
Guidelines for making hospital stays as comfortable as possible for patients who are blind or visually impaired.Source: Vision Australia
Tips and comprehensive advice for gardeners who have experienced vision loss. Explore information about digging, wedding, mowing, trimming, and everything related to productive and enjoyable gardening.
This article explores the pros and cons of surgery, with information about procedures, outcomes, and recovery.Source: Sacramento Network of Care