Juggling the College Experience: It’s About Time

Editor’s note: This post was written by  Kathleen “Kat” DeNicola Accommodations Manager, Disability Access Center at Western Washington University   There are many things that are overwhelming about being new to the college experience, one being somehow fitting in time to do multiple assignments with multiple deadlines in multiple classes while still making time to eat, sleep, relax and have fun. Time management … Continued

Blind and Low Vision Students Explore Careers in 21st Century Transportation

Editor’s note: This blog was written by Shannon McVoy, Transition Services Manager of the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons (BSBP)  Michigan’s Bureau of Services for Blind Persons (BSBP) has been nurturing collaborative partnerships with community services and local employers to create innovative and engaging Pre-Employment Transition Services programming that is both educational and fun. Michigan’s 21st Century Transportation: Careers for Students Blind and Visually Impaired program was made possible through partnership … Continued

Finding Your Wheels

Editor’s note: This guest post is written by Dr. L. Penny Rosenblum of the American Foundation for the Blind The other day I was sharing a memory of my favorite Lyft ride with a friend from my perspective as a nondriver. It was a night I felt independent and carefree. I had gone to a … Continued