Knowledge Before College (Part 2)

Knowledge before college part 2

As a high-school student, Sarah Holloway was one of the founding members of Club VIBES. She has received her B.S. in microbiology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. This is Part One of an article written by Sarah as a guest writer for “Freed to Fly”. In Part 1 of this blog, I discussed the skills that a visually impaired

Great Holiday Gift Ideas 2016

2016 Gift giving ideas

As I’m writing this, my wife is unpacking Holiday decorations and has Christmas music playing on Pandora. The air in our house is just soggy with good will and love of our fellow man. The only problem with all of this seasonal festiveness is that it means that shopping is just around the corner. For me, this is a torture of which the Spanish Inquisition would have been proud.

Visiting the Capitol, by Nicole

On the last day of the trip we took a tour of the US Capitol especially adapted for those who are visually impaired. The guide did a wonderful job of adapting the tour to those of us who were visually impaired. He engaged us with interesting facts and included many descriptions that enabled us to “visualize” what we could not see. There

NHTSA SETS ‘QUIET CAR’ SAFETY STANDARD TO PROTECT PEDESTRIANS

New requirement of audible alert will help prevent 2,400 pedestrian injuries a year  WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today announced that it is adding a sound requirement for all newly manufactured hybrid and electric light-duty vehicles to help protect pedestrians. The new federal safety standard will help pedestrians who are blind, have low vision,

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