Personal Stories: Living with Vision Loss
No two people experience vision loss in the same way. Many feel sadness, grief, anger, and other powerful emotions. Vision loss inevitably results in lifestyle changes and has an impact upon the lives of family members, friends, and significant others. Each person dealing with vision loss is unique; each has a compelling story to tell.
We'd love to hear your story. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to share your own experience of adjusting to vision loss.
- Four Things I Learned from the 1Touch Self-Defense Project
by Empish J. Thomas on 4/24/2017
- Raising Awareness About Living with Low Vision Through Poetry
by Maribel Steel on 4/17/2017
- Eyes Wide Open: Isaac Lidsky’s Philosophy and Learning How to "See" More Clearly
by Francesca Crozier-Fitzgerald on 4/12/2017
- Many Different Hats: An Audio Short Story
by Maribel Steel on 3/22/2017
- Friendship on International Women's Day
by Maribel Steel on 3/8/2017
- Domestic Violence Has Many Faces
Lynda Fugate, who is visually impaired, talks about her personal experience with domestic violence.