My White Cane Acceptance Story

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. In celebration of White Cane Week 2018, this blog is dedicated to my white cane acceptance story. Despite having lived in between Low Vision and Legal Blindness almost my entire life. It may a surprise to some people that I never started using adaptive technology, or a white… Continue reading My White Cane Acceptance Story

Happy Birthday-The Invisible Vision Project! 

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. In today’s blog, judging by it’s title, I think you’ve already know what this blog is going to be about. That's right! The Invisible Vision Project celebrates its first Birthday today!! (Yay!!) Exactly one year ago today, I started the launch of this disability-based advocacy/ blogging… Continue reading Happy Birthday-The Invisible Vision Project! 

The Visually Impaired People Daily Living Tag

Hello Everyone, A few months back, I did a Tag post on The Visually Impaired People's Tag. This time, it's a tag that elaborates that one with more detailed questions. A shout out to the wonderful creators of this tag, two of my favorite bloggers- Elin from My Blurred World and Holly from Life of a… Continue reading The Visually Impaired People Daily Living Tag

I am a Visually Impaired University Student

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. It is that time of the year again; September, it's the back-to-school-season. So, I thought of sharing with you today about my experience and journey of what my life was and is like as a university student. I am, as some of you may already know (or not) a third year… Continue reading I am a Visually Impaired University Student

Accessing Public Services for people with Disabilities

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s blog. Accessibility is what makes our environments and services inclusive and open for all walks of life. Accessibility is extremely important for individual with a disability; people with a disability should always have the same rights and freedom to access services in the same way as people… Continue reading Accessing Public Services for people with Disabilities

Low Vision Aids and Adaptive Technology

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. Today, I thought of introducing to all of you the kind of Low Vision Aids and Adaptive Technology that I use in and out of the home on a daily basis. Keep in mind that these aids and technologies are not necessarily used by everyone with vision loss. Each… Continue reading Low Vision Aids and Adaptive Technology