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Mobility in the Snow for People Who Are Visually Impaired: The Art of Travel on Hidden Landscape — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: Far too frequently for people who are visually impaired (including those who are blind or have low vision), independence follows the migratory pattern of the birds, leaving in the fall, not to return until the spring. Although much has been written about independent travel for visually impaired people under usual circumstances, few references can be found for travel in snow and winter conditions.


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