Monthly Archives: April 2014

A Stroke Survivor’s Trip to London

Not a big step for humankind but a big step for me. Two days back I traveled to London and returned safely. This was the first time since my stroke. My low vision counsellor considers me a kind of pin-up … Continue reading

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The Moving Finger Reads and Having Read: An Intuitive Reading Aid for the Blind

Finger reader is a new and exciting idea in accessibility for the visually impaired. What it is I’ll tell you about it first. Then I’ll explain why I think it matters so much. The finger reader is a project from … Continue reading

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What Platform Does My Eye Clinic Leave From?

Transport For London, which coordinates public transport in the UK’s capital, offers a system to help disabled travelers. The Travel Support Card allows anyone disabled to ask for help on virtually all public service transport in London. To show why … Continue reading

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I Just Kinda Kinda Wasted All My Precious Time: t-PA and Stroke Delay

My Eyes in the Time of Apparition, August Natterer 1913 Just recently my daughter, who is Bipolar Blogger, sent me an article by Geoff Dyer: ‘Why Can’t I See You’. Geoff is a well-known writer but what my daughter knew … Continue reading

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