Hallway/Street Names – Point 3 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, you can check out my Introduction blog post here. Also, if you missed the first two points or need aContinue reading “Hallway/Street Names – Point 3 of 5 of the 5 Point Travel System”

Tip of the Day #14 – Labeling with Rubber Bands

In today‚Äôs tip of the day, I will be sharing with you a cheap, easy, and effective way of labeling using rubber bands. Rubber bands are a great tool for helping someone who is blind or visually impaired differentiate between items that share similar or identical packaging. Many products come in identical packaging but containContinue reading “Tip of the Day #14 – Labeling with Rubber Bands”

Cardinal/Compass Directions – Point 2 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. What are cardinal directions? Cardinal directions also known as compass directions are North,Continue reading “Cardinal/Compass Directions – Point 2 of 5 of the 5 Point Travel System”