The Dos And Donts of Interacting with a Blind or Visually Impaired Person

Many thanks to Kevin for this informative post

K Morris - Poet

People come to my blog either because they like my poetry, or due to a post on a subject of interest to them catching their attention. Most of those clicking on this site are unaware of the fact that I am registered blind (unless they click on my “About page and see a photograph of me with my guide dog, Trigger, or they come across one of the few posts in which I talk about my visual impairment).

Not being aware of my blindness means that my readers interact with me as they would with anyone else (which is, of course as it should be for I am not defined by my visual impairment). However, when I meet people in the real (off-line world) I do come across individuals who are unsure how to interact with a visually impaired person, indeed some people are downright embarrassed.

A few days back…

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4 thoughts on “The Dos And Donts of Interacting with a Blind or Visually Impaired Person

  1. Thanks for sharing this, Chris. I hope many people read it. I clicked through to Holly’s post and found it incredibly important and useful. Now to do a better job on my own blog of making parts of it accessible.


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