[nabs-l] serious question
carlymih at comcast.net
Tue May 23 03:46:07 UTC 2017
Just rereading this thread, and a question came to mind if
Emma could reduce the amount of foot trafic wandering in and out of
her world and in fact she believed that the number of people around
her was related to her missing items, don't you think she might, on
her own take the initiative to gain rehab skills? Clearly, there is
no easy answer.
a way you can proactively eliminate the need for care-givers. If you
have other disabilities with physical limitations, that's another
story, but someone should not need any household assistance, solely
because they are blind. If this is the case with you, be encouraged,
because you can be trained to be totally independent.
>Meanwhile, there have been very good tips given on this list.
>Sent From The Samsung Galaxy S7
>On May 20, 2017 7:19:01 PM Emma Mitchell via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>>that's the thing personal assistance comes in and out of my house and I'm
>>employing them to help me with daily living activities unfortunately
>>On Sat, May 20, 2017 at 8:59 PM, Emma Mitchell <emitchell927 at gmail.com>
>>>A serious question,
>>>How do you guard against stealing as a blind person? Ive had my iPhone
>>>stolen from me on multiple occasions and many other important belongings
>>>such as headphones I'm sick of being taken advantage of as a physically
>>>disabled and blind person.
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