Tag Archives: #legallyblind

National Wobbly Wednesday

Wobbly Wednesday is here. Nystagmus is a bounce of the eyes. This is a side effect but is not exclusive to albinism. It has been described similar to having ADD because the frequent bounce makes it harder to focus. There … Continue reading

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Dwellings Today

Your money will help NOAH continue to provide free services for the newly diagnosed, help families make it to conventions, provide free resources to teachers and schools… Their outreach may be quiet but is still impressive and has a direct impact on those with albinism. Continue reading

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What’s In An Eye Exam

You know what’s in an eye exam.  You stood 20 feet away, or where the nurse told you to, and rattled off letters until you were cleared. So what’s really in an eye exam? What’s all the fuss? Why do … Continue reading

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Truly Capable Shop

There has been a lot of interest over the shirts and many complaints due to the limitations of the previous format.  Today I am proud to introduce the Truly Capable Shop at Cafepress. Now you can get two different designs … Continue reading

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National White Cane Day!

Today is National White Cane Day.  We celebrated with some local sight resources.  Thank you North Central Sight Services for a fun event.  Today you get two guides what you should and shouldn’t do when you see someone using a … Continue reading

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Potty Training Special Needs: The True Story

“Potty Train in 3 Days.” “The best time to Potty Train is 22 months.” “All the people I know Potty Trained Wrong, Here’s How…” I have read every resource on Potty Training. Books for boys, ebooks for a weekend guaranteed, … Continue reading

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