Section Five: Taxis and Drivers-Going Places: A Hadley School for the Blind and Visually Impaired review

This is the last section of “Going Places.” This section talked about taxis and hiring drivers. To be honest I have rarely used these modes of transportation. When it comes to taking a taxi, I usually use them as part of paratransit. Just like the course said there are many advantages and disadvantages to usingContinue reading “Section Five: Taxis and Drivers-Going Places: A Hadley School for the Blind and Visually Impaired review”

Heavy Traffic, Elevators and a Target Run (independent living skills series 22)

I woke up feeling sick, and it took a lot of effort to get going. Thank goodness for Cheerios and coffee. I got to school early; and the taxi ride was uneventful. During class announcements, I found out that we would be getting a new teacher for our daily living skills classes. i.e. cooking, managingContinue reading “Heavy Traffic, Elevators and a Target Run (independent living skills series 22)”

Shopping and compass directions (independent living skills series 16)

The van was late, but I still made it on time. Once everyone was in the student lounge, our main teacher told us about a focus group meeting that was being held at the main office. I, along with two other students, were chosen to go to the meeting. That meant that my lesson wasContinue reading “Shopping and compass directions (independent living skills series 16)”

102 heat index (independent living skills series 14)

I was  an hour early for school. There was only one other student and a few teachers. I talked to my teachers about a few concerns I had. Once that was taken care of, I went back to the conference room. Soon my other classmates filed in and we got our assignments. I, along withContinue reading “102 heat index (independent living skills series 14)”

Crossing Busy Streets of Downtown Pensacola and riding Escalators (independent living skills series 10)

Once again, I was early for class. I was excited to finally have another lesson in Orientation and Mobility. But before my lesson, my classmates and I had a few minutes to catch up on how we were all doing; it was nice to hear that everyone was doing well and that everyone was eagerContinue reading “Crossing Busy Streets of Downtown Pensacola and riding Escalators (independent living skills series 10)”

Plans Change: Informal Pre-Employment Class (independent living skills series 7)

The van was late. I was anxious; and I was starting to snack on my favorite taco chips and Dr. Pepper. Because I was still upset I called an international friend in England. We chatted up a storm until the van came. The ride to school was uneventful, and I was only 30 minutes late.Continue reading “Plans Change: Informal Pre-Employment Class (independent living skills series 7)”

Getting used to my new cane and tip (independent living skills series 6)

“Great, you brought your new cane; let me go get your pencil tip. I’ll be back in a minute,” my Orientation and Mobility instructor said, as I sat there eagerly waiting for my lesson to start. Once she returned with the pencil tip, I decided against it. That was because I am a medium travelerContinue reading “Getting used to my new cane and tip (independent living skills series 6)”

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