Orientation and Mobility Safety Tip

As an Orientation & Mobility Instructor, I am always concerned about the safety of my clients. Sometimes just a little tweak to a habit can mean the difference between a serious injury and no injury at all. In my new video, I discuss a simple tip that can make traveling in the environment safer for someone who is blind and visually impaired. I have also found this tip to be helpful for older adults that are at a higher risk for falls. And my tip is to not walk or travel with your hands in your pocket.

To see my full explanation of why you can check out my video here: https://youtu.be/hGqUX8G4UN4

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Published by Mike Mulligan

Is a Certified Orientation & Mobility Specialist who provides product resources, reviews, and tutorials.

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