Blind Not Alone

Imagine you are in a combat zone, you suddenly are shot and lose your sight. For several fleeting moments you are alone, visually encapsulated in darkness with no idea who or what is around you.

Imagine you are walking in a store and you only hear the scuffling of feet or breathing of people around you. You cannot see them, making you feel alone while surrounded by others.

Imagine you are in a crowded conference hall, hearing warnings to watch out after brushing up against another rather than greetings, provoking emotions of guilt.

Each of these examples represents just some of the ways I encounter the world, since going blind. Its through situations like these and many more where a blind individual might feel alone. However, these circumstances only empowers Blind Not Alone to bring blindness into light, so that no one is left alone.

Blind Not Alone aims to dispel myths and educate readers about various aspect of blindness, resources to aid in the transition processes, disability rights and benefits, and most importantly stories to normalize life’s journey. Here are just a few of the resources here to accomplish this mission:

    • Blog Posts discussing resiliency following a disability, how assistive technologies may enhance one’s independence, and other topics of interest from Blind Not Alone
    • Our

Blind Vet Tech Podcast series,Monthly Tech Talk teleconference, Monthly MacOS Talk teleconference,


other tech resources

Additional Readings Related to Disablement

The materials here at Blind Not Alone only captures my perspectives and research related to disablement. To devise a richer comprehension, I implore each of you to consume other stories, websites, articles, and blogs and learn from all of our perspectives. After all, we each devise our own truths about the world through our life’s experiences and perceptions. The below links starts you off in this process, zeroing in on disabling conditions, stigmas, and stories of resiliency.

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