On the morning of Thursday 2nd May 2019 the Primary School Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia in Volparo (province of Padua, Italy) was dyed yellow. Read
Following the success (hundreds of visits in a few days) of the post Ten tips to guiding a person with sight loss the community of the visually impaired asked to draw up a list of specific advice on how to help a person who may have restricted field of vision, reduced night vision and reduced visual acuity. Read
There are days that I intend to shape my thoughts into words, to write a coherent post that is also logical and illuminating. Read
Like an alchemist, Nadia knows how to distill the emotions that the passageway, la Via degli Dei, intended. She has the capacity to write what others only know how to feel and experience. Read
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Videos and images are replacing more and more articles and posts, not to mention the books. Everyone can make a video, you need just a phone. Read
Some time ago I came across a video where a deafblind lady makes some interesting considerations associated with visual and hearing disabilities, pointing out how expensive it is to be deafblind. Read
Writing an article about psychology in relation to disability, and in particular, to Usher syndrome is a challenge not to be underestimated. Read
Let’s say it, this time we were better. We Italians I mean.
In our language there is the word IPOVISIONE, which defines a state of visual impairment that is not comparable to blindness. Read