Travelling with a Disability - My Visual Impairment - Flying Fluskey
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8 Visually Impaired Perspectives On Travel
Travelling is a great way to explore and learn new cultures. These visually impaired individuals shared the way in which they perceive the world and travel.
How A TSA Pre-Check Helps Me As A Visually Impaired Traveler | Veroniiiica
Get through TSA screenings in minutes and avoid taking everything out of your carry on for $17 a year.
Travelling with a Visual Impairment - The Guided Guide
Planning any travel experience always brings its own problems. Where to go, when to go, choosing the airline with the best price, finding the most suitable accommodation for you, planning activities, and all the while staying within budget. Now throw into the mix a visual impairment and things start to get complicated. I have retinitis …
Global Positioning Systems and the Traveler with a Visual Impairment: "Who?" "What?" "Where?" "Why?" and "How?"
This session covers the parameters of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) for the traveler with a visual impairment.
What I learned from travelling solo as a visually impaired woman.
Solo travel can be daunting. Beth O'Brien shares what she learned from her first solo trip as a visually impaired woman.
Skiing for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired - VisionAware
Many people who are blind or have low vision continue to enjoy the sport of skiing: According to the International Blind Sports Association, “Alpine (downhill) skiing is one of the rare opportunities available that allows the blind individual to move freely at speed through time and space. It provides the opportunity to embrace and commune … Continued
20 Best Summer Vacation Ideas for Blind People
People who can't see must seek out adventures that excite the other four senses. Allow this list to help you engage more of your senses during your vacations!