There are many simple things you can do to ensure effective and productive interactions with individuals with disabilities. The following are some practical tips for interacting with persons with visual disabilities.
“Visual disability” indicates an individual with varying degrees of low vision. Some people can see the outlines of objects, while others see the direction of light. Few people identify as being blind. Not everyone with a visual disability uses a service animal or a white cane; as a result it may not be immediately apparent that a person has a visual disability.