Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! I think we can all agree that 2020 was a really hard year. It’s also safe to say that 2020 was a year none of us could’ve ever imagined having to live through it. But guess what, we did it! We survived it! And what’s more, we can… Read More Hello 2021
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! As the year 2020 comes to an end, it’s time to write a year end review blog for this year. Although, I think we can all agree that this year has been eventful and one that is full of surprises. But I will also say, on a personal… Read More Goodbye 2020
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. It is an international awareness day to raise awareness on challenges faced by people with disabilities, and of course, this work is important not just for today, but for every day. The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of our lives… Read More Accessibility Challenges in Times of Pandemic
Hello Everyone, Today’s blog post is inspired by an original video I saw on YouTube, made by Jubilee, you can watch the full video here. Many other YouTubers also made similar videos like this, which if you like, you can search it up on YouTube as well. But, since I don’t do YouTube, and I… Read More Do All Blind People Think The Same?
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! It’s time for celebration! What celebration, you ask? Well, I’ve been a white cane user for 5 years, and that my friend, is worth celebrating! Five years ago, and after needing nearly a month of Orientation and Mobility training with an orientation and mobility instructor- an O&M instructor… Read More 5 Things Learned from Using a White Cane for 5 Years
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! September is the usual back-to-school season, whether you’re an elementary school student or you’re in university. Because of this, I thought what a perfect opportunity to share with all of you, my experiences of being a disabled student, both in the mainstream school system (from grade one to… Read More Disabled in Mainstream Schools and in Higher Education