By Inc. BarCharts
Symptoms, remedy and information for wide variety of scientific emergencies.
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He had some sight and at home he used it as much as he could. At camp all of the kids had to wear light blindfolds called sleepshades. They learned to eat meals, go swimming, play games, and do everything else without sight. David soon learned to do things by using his senses of hearing and touch. In fact, using his new skills was easier than trying to count on his poor vision. Image Credit: Courtesy of Sally Thomas David Thomas plays the drums. The next summer David went back to the camp in Ruston.
When Ashleah went anywhere in China, she always held someone’s hand. Things changed when she came to live with her new family. Ashleah’s mother is a teacher of orientation and mobility (O & M). She teaches blind people to move around on their own by using a long white cane. Ashleah’s mother gave her a cane and showed her how to use it. Soon Ashleah was walking by herself at school, at shopping malls, and in the park. Not long ago Ashleah learned to crochet. She made a small blanket and sent it to her foster mother in China, whom she calls Aunt Elizabeth.
Rupa loves to walk fast wherever she goes. Her father reminds her how to use her cane so that she can walk quickly and safely. Some day Rupa would like to get a guide dog. Her family has a retired guide dog named Amos. Rupa loves dogs and thinks it would be fun to have one that is trained to help her travel by herself. Ashleah and Rupa have good memories of their lives before they were adopted. Since they came to the United States they have learned the ways of a new land. They have discovered that blind people can work, travel, run a home, and raise children.