Empowering the blind or partially-sighted person in your life would be fabulous, right? Giving her back her independence would significantly enhance her self-esteem, not to mention freeing you up to attend to other things on your plate.
Written by someone who has walked the path of deteriorating eyesight and worked as a qualified crisis counsellor, this handbook contains a wealth of insight into the physical, emotional and psychological challenges facing those with a disability. Its contents include:
The process of educating yourself about what your visually-impaired family member, friend or colleague needs you to know can be as empowering for you as it is for her. Say goodbye to guilt and start expanding your interests into new areas. This book will show you how!
Leanne Hunt’s book “What Every Blind Person Needs You To Know” leads you on her insightful, honest journey of introspection, prayer, study and struggle towards accepting her disability and developing potential beyond expectation. This book not only helped me understand some of the challenges a blind person encounters as they negotiate the path of eternal growth and development with a disadvantage, but helped me confront my own prejudices and preconceived ideas to enable me to better empathise, support, pray for and enable my patients to achieve fulfilment, contentment and happiness. Everyone who befriends, loves, works with or cares for a blind or partially sighted person MUST read this book.
Joanne Miller MBBCh FCS. Ophthalmologist
Dr Joanne Miller
Ophthalmologist / Oogspesialis
MBBCh (Wits) FCS Ophth (SA)
Practice Number 2604337
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