In the last post, I told you a little bit about the basics of mobility. In this post I’ll be talking about some more advanced skills.
Mobility is the training which visually impaired and blind people receive to help them learn to travel and navigate their environments safely and independently.
As many of us know, the world has some pretty strange perceptions of disabled people. We merely leave our homes and go out into the world and we find people who want to treat us differently or be unhelpful. So, I wanted to talk to you about the importance of knowing other people with disabilities.
Have you ever tried googling what dyslexia is? Well, I have and the most useful result that comes up on the first page, is an NHS page that tells you about what symptoms in small children suggest they have dyslexia.
Royal visit to Stockport-based charity highlights vital role technology plays in supporting disabled children and adults
His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visited The Aidis Trust yesterday (Monday 17th October 2016) to see how it provides vital support for disabled people of all ages, enabling them to benefit from and be empowered by the latest computing technologies.