Tip of the Day #11 – Rubber Ducky

In today‚Äôs tip of the day, I will be sharing with you a quick and easy tip for someone who is visually impaired to determine how high the water level is in their bathtub. Gauging the water level may be a challenge for someone due to the water being clear and most bathtubs being white.Continue reading “Tip of the Day #11 – Rubber Ducky”

Route Patterns/Shapes – Point 1 of 5 of the 5 Point Travel System

The 5 point travel system is an important set of orientation and mobility skills for people who are blind and visually impaired to become independent travelers. For an introduction to the 5 point travel system, check out my previous blog post here. The first point in the 5 point travel system is the ability toContinue reading “Route Patterns/Shapes – Point 1 of 5 of the 5 Point Travel System”

5 Point Travel System Introduction Orientation & Mobility

As an Orientation and Mobility Specialist one key factor in determining if someone who is blind and visually impaired will be a successful independent traveler is by examining their ability to implement and successful incorporate the 5 point travel system. Firstly, What is the 5 Point Travel System? The 5 Point Travel System is aContinue reading “5 Point Travel System Introduction Orientation & Mobility”