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Celia Bentley Oct 5
Boom, Me and my survived first week of my new rotation!
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geoff hellowell 😎🌶 Jan 8
Been out today learning a route with my about 3 miles in total... not dead yet so must be going okay... 😎🤣
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Kristy Feb 13
My & will be here at 2 pm tomorrow. I could have on my white by 2pm....It's ♥️ the
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Celia Bentley Oct 2
I realise that when i am in my uniform, i feel embarrassed using my 😔. Every rotation i have this dilemma. It's tiring explaining to people about my sight & justify why I use a cane. As if rotations are not hard enough!
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London Vision Jan 21
We’re learning lots of helpful for people. Did you know that owners don’t need to tap in on the bus? You can show your pass to the driver or you can hold out your .
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🐝 #PedSafety #Accessibility 4 Transit & Life 👀 Feb 14
. Can someone who knows MoCo regs please tell me precise rule on placement of sandwhich board on sidewalk, tired of walking into w/ , spoke w store manager, he thought OK + others do it, told him I'd return w/ precise info
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Kelly Oct 2
Screamed at and called a ‘disgrace’ by an abusive passerby this morning for using a apparently ‘ people shouldn’t care about colour’. We really do need to change perceptions of and lose the stereotype
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BlindAbilities Jan 14
Tapping the archives: White Cane Awareness: Raqi G on Canes, Techniques, Types and Size Does Matter!
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Jeff Rayner Jan 31
Today I’m testing out our prototype training solution. There are many degrees of vision impairment, and this helps train the trainer, trainee and build empathy. Note the haptics & sound. ⁩ ⁦
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Success With Vision Loss Jan 22
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nina Chesworth Feb 13
Another successful cane training session in the bag today sensorymcr
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Library of Congress 15 Oct 17
Among the many ways we make our treasures accessible onsite are special Touch Tours. SafetyDay
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Casey Byrne Jan 8
Our shining star is back and was finally able to get his amazing award for his independence and advocacy in using and teaching others about the ! Thank you
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Suddenly Sightless Sep 14
I just got asked in the doctors by a three year old boy if my white cane was a fishing rod 😂 😂 🐠 has anyone had their cane compared to something funny?
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INSPEX Feb 5
Today partners were in Naples, at the STMicroelectronics office, to discuss about the progress achieved since last meeting. Stay tuned, a new prototype of the Inspex smart will be ready soon!
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Ariadne Obscura Feb 15
tell your useless staff a means the customer can’t see properly might actually need some help. Is about to get injured on the huge stock rail staff swing at them. Oxford st doesn’t even have step free access. Your service stock and access stinks
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Elephant In The Room Disability Services Jan 21
A guide that is worth reading and comes with links to subtitled videos too. What is the White Cane? How many types are there?
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Jade & GD Toffee 12 Dec 17
Replying to @jadeylou93
plus, I wouldn’t change my so why change my it’s white and reflective for a reason.
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Christine Ha Feb 7
Finally! I’ve been waiting for a emoji. Interracial Couples And -Friendly Coming Soon To Smartphones : NPR
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BlindNewWorld Feb 7
Exciting news - we're finally getting a and , as well as a number of other symbols that will help people more accurately express themselves!
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