Stella and Aaron share the stories of their journey with vision loss
Guest Blogger Andrés J. Gallegos, Esq. writes about advocating for your rights when navigating the healthcare system.
"... it may be helpful to know the failure to provide timely and reliable patient escorts for persons who are blind or have low vision is likely a breach of the hospital’s obligation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA requires hospitals to reasonably modify their policies, practices and procedures to afford persons with disabilities, among other things, services and accommodations.”
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Visit our other blog: Jalapeños in the Oatmeal. Written by Second Sense member and National Endowment of the Arts Fellow Jeff Flodin, this is a must-read and irreverent take on vision loss. See what Jeff has to say and join in this fantastic conversation!
Creating new possibilities
“When I was a kid, I thought everybody came in when it got dark and the reason I tripped over things was because I was clumsy. At least that is what my father told me.”
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“I am forever grateful to Second Sense for all they have given me. I can live out the rest of my life and not just sit home alone. I can even help others."
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