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The Top 5 Things You Should Remember When Spending Time With a Person Who is Visually Impaired
The sun sets over water creating a pink and purple skyTo celebrate Blogging Against Disabilism Day, which was on May 1st, Francesca Marinaro shares her top 5 things that we should all remember when interacting with a person who is blind or visually impaired.
  • Unsolicited help is normally unwanted
  • Body language can be difficult
  • Words like “see”, “watch” or “look” aren’t offensive
  • Guessing games really aren’t fun
  • Living alone is no big deal

The author goes into detail and shares personal stories about each of her points in this entertaining and educational blog post.

What do you think of this top 5 list? Do you have anything to add? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

Five Things to Remember if you Know Someone Who’s Blind: Blogging Against Disabilism Day 2015

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