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Welcome to Finding My Vision!

  Life is hard. No matter who you are. We all struggle with our identities, relationships, decisions, careers, and everything we do. As a person who is blind or vision impaired, life has many more challenges. We all seek independence, but most of the time, we have to rely on others    

     Not being able to do something on your own, especially as an adult, lead to anxiety, depression and hopelessness. I have created this site to try to help you regain some of your independence by providing:

  • resources 
  • accessibility 
  • support 
  • life hacks 
  • mindful activities
  • educational and career opportunities

     And as much information and links to information to help make your life a little better. This site will also allow your loved ones to better understand what you are going through by providing them with the tools to better assist you while still allowing you to live your best life.     

      I am taking this journey with you and will add content when I find it. I also encourage you to share your questions, experiences, trials and tribulations, fears, and hopes, because we might not be able to do it alone, but we can do it together! 

Eye Diseases and Conditions

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Newly diagnosed?

General information about eye diseases.  These are basic summaries that explain the disease or condition, symproms, treatment(s), and where to find more information.

Online Resources

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      The next step: Online help, support, and more in this very scary and daunting time. Find links to international and national organizations, your state's agency for the blind and visually impaired, private and non-profit groups, resources, research, clinical trials, treatments, and more.

Looking for an eye doctor?  Click here for a great article from the Atlantic Eye Institute foe their article "Tips for Choosing an ophthalmologist."

Mental Health and Self Care

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The most important thing is to love yourself. Mental Health is still a stigma, but it's getting easier to find help and support. Everyone needs support every now and then, especially when you have a life-changing disability. Here are some ways to help you through your tough days or when you just need a little positivity and inspiration in your life.

Aids For Accessibility

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Information about low-tech  assistive devices, aids, printable downloads, product reviews, and other items to make your life easier.


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Adaptive technology, software, Google Chrome extensions, shortcut keys, Apps, reviews, and all things technology.

Daily Life Activities

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You can do it! Daily living, sports, reading, art, and more. Tips, tricks, instructions, educational resources, access to books, travel, discounts, workshops, and more to make your life easier, improve your quality of life and keep your mind nimble!

Connect With Others

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Links to blogs, Facebook groups, Instagram, YouTube, and other websites by and for the blind and visually impaired. A way to support yourself and others through talk, sharing experiences, encouraging their passions, and maybe even purchasing products to support a blind or visually impaired art. Also, an option to submit your personal social media for consideration to be added. 

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