‘Our hands are part of our vision’: Nevada mother describes living visually impaired during pandemic

‘Our hands are part of our vision’: Nevada mother describes living visually impaired during pandemic

Remember when you first went to the grocery store at the start of the pandemic and all the aisles were turned into one-way only? Now imagine doing that as a person who is visually impaired. “Think about when the tissue paper pandemic was happening,” Rosa Henderson, who was born visually impaired, said. “People barrel in. You’re heading to the aisle, and you’ve got to grab it before somebody else grabs it. We got to get through the door first.” Read more >>

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