Some Helpful Tips for Memorizing the Braille Alphabet (Part 1 a to m)

(Image featuring braille symbols is by BlenderTimer via Pixabay Braille is a code invented by Louis Braille that uses raised dots in various combinations to represent letters and symbols. This allows those who are blind or have low vision to be able to read by touch. Braille can be produced (or written) using a braille … Continue reading Some Helpful Tips for Memorizing the Braille Alphabet (Part 1 a to m)

Spotlight: The Braille Chocolate Box, a Sweet and Accessible Treat

Chocolate, it is the #1 favorite treat for most, and now that Valentine’s Day is approaching there will be a lot of chocolate going around. Chocolate is a fun gift to receive on any occasion.  Today I want to spotlight a product that has made chocolate accessible to those who are blind or have low … Continue reading Spotlight: The Braille Chocolate Box, a Sweet and Accessible Treat

Spotlight: The Hadley Institute for the Blind

Are you blind or do you have low vision? Are you looking for a way to support someone facing vision loss? Today I want to point you to a valuable resource, The Hadley Institute for the Blind. Read on to learn more about what this unique organization offers. Disclaimer: this post is not sponsored in … Continue reading Spotlight: The Hadley Institute for the Blind

Accessible Cooking Tools for Those who are Blind or Have Low Vision

Yes, contrary to popular belief, people who are blind or have low vision are able to cook independently. It is possible to cook without sight and it can be done with few adaptations. Every visually impaired person has a unique level of comfort in the kitchen and I am sure this is true for fully … Continue reading Accessible Cooking Tools for Those who are Blind or Have Low Vision

Spotlight: The Scripor Alphabet | A Tactile Code for Colors

Rainbow graphic is by stux from Pixabay via the Canva library Colors can seem like such a mystery to those who are blind and they can be tricky to identify for those who have low vision. There is a solution that may be helpful. I recently found out about The Scripor Alphabet. This is a … Continue reading Spotlight: The Scripor Alphabet | A Tactile Code for Colors