Navigating The City With A Visual Impairment
What’s it like to navigate the city with a visual impairment?
Christine is a Pennsylvania Licensed Social Worker and started a non-profit, Purple House Project PA, to strengthen, empower and transition women who experience Intimate Partner Violence.
Let’s talk about navigation
In this video, I chat with my friend about getting around with a visual impairment. We discuss tips and tricks I use to help me navigate through society with grace and ease. I also share some of my feelings and thoughts on the topic.
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This article was published on June 4, 2021 by MacularDegeneration.net and authored by Christine Joy. To read the original article, you can <click here>.
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